Full paid parental leave for 12 weeks.
Very basic health insurance is provided. It doesn't cover a lot of medical expenses. 401k is not included in the package. I haven't seen any employee discount either on-campus or off-campus.
I got to go to grad school for free thanks to these benefits - so grateful!
Horrible health insurance. You have to pay for parking. No free gym membership. You do get a free bus pass.
University of Denver offers health insurance through Kaiser Permanente, which can be difficult to use if requiring regular access to doctors or practitioners. On-campus resources also available are employee counseling (6? sessions/ year); free professional development classes; wellness program that can reduce health insurance payments Does have retirement matching, accounts are through TIAA. For faculty, not eligible for maternity leave until after one year of employment, unsure for staff members.
DU matched a 4% contribution up to 8%
The benefits are pretty darn good. I love the ecopass, tuition waiver, and retirement match (up to %8).
Best- awesome tuition waiver that allows for the completion of a master's degree in two years and one quarter. Worst- eye care.
Adjunct faculty receive almost no benefits, even if they are working a full time workload. Benefits include: access to the Employee Assistance Program, which translates into 6 free counseling sessions per year; use of the university library, which is valuable if you are doing research; occasional discounts for tickets at the Newman Center.
Tuition waiver is unreal - 100% up to 20 credits per year. Good health coverage for individuals; family coverage gets expensive fast. Great vacation - all university holidays plus 15 days a year accumulated monthly. Flex scheduling is available in some roles, in some departments - if you need it, I'd advise asking about it right after you get the offer. Excellent retirement matching.
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