TRS or ORP retirement plans. TRS you have to work for 10 years but get more money, ORP they match your money entered. Benefits are pre-taxed. Only offered for full time. Health, Dental, Eye, Lawyers, Pet. Both sick leave and annual leave are earned each month at different rates depending on how long you have been there.
We could accrue one day off per month. They should just give you all your days off from the beginning. If you wanted to take 3 days off the first month of starting, you couldn't do that until working there for 4 months. Reimbursed my relocation expenses.
Good: TRS or ORP, select either one. Bad: TRS needs you to work more than 10 years in faculty or teaching system.
good study place, but paid not much
Health insurance is the only benefit. No time-off policy for graduate students. Post docs have some benefits such as health insurance, dental insurance, and two-weeks off a year.
The graduate school covers part of your health insurance. Rest comes out of your paycheck, no dental insurance, no eye insurance.
Good health insurance, vision, dental, life, retirement, and PTO.
Generous personal time off, sick leave and paid holidays. One of the few remaining well-funded and solid defined-benefit retirement plans around in the Teacher's Retirement System, though to get the most benefit out of it you have to commit to the long haul. Salaries are lower than Atlanta, but then so is the cost of living.
You are forced (non-optional) to contribute to the teachers retirement system, and they determine the percentage of your income that is contributed. Better hope that the state protects those funds, or you will never see them! I suspect this is one of the only reasons that many of the incredibly poorly paid staff stay at their jobs for 10 years, because unless you are vested (10 yrs required) that forced amount of savings earns you nothing over those 10 years, and you simply get a check of your own contributions when you leave.
Exempt employee benefits: good. ORP gives 9% to your 6% retirement savings Non-exempt: not as good. No access to ORP, just TRS, which is good if you are actually a teacher who plans to stay at UGA for 10 years. Sick days & vacation good
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.