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“They offered good options for their health care providers. Health insurance was affordable for a single individual. I can't speak on their health insurance for families.”
“University matches retirements savings in 401a at 2:1 up to 5% of salary (10% University contribution).”
“Salaried position includes 22 vacation days per year (14.67 hours/month).”
Vacation and paid time off was generous. They also offered a free bus pass.
Excellent benefits package including time off and retirement saving match.
The best thing is the time off available via sick and vacation leave. The worst thing is likely the pay versus for-profit comparable roles.
Pretty substantial matching contributions, health care was affordable and local. All in all, pretty good
Amazing healthcare package and great time off, both holiday and paid vacation leave.
Working for the state means CU employees get fantastic benefits! Affordable health care and FSA are at the top of my list but community discounts and tuition breaks are also a big plus. I don't think there are really any negative things to mention.
I like the working environemnt
Best thing is generous retirement plan contributions.
Nice overall benefits, no complaints
Great benefit coverage with three options to choose from , six weeks of paid parental leave, substantial vacation and sick time for full-time University Staff
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