Excellent health, vacation, personal time, retirement, flex plan, dental , vision, flexible , work at home, financial advisor, vetted health insurance, HR
Nothing special, typical university . Not much offered as a part time employee, often I was working on as ad needed bases for spans of time.
Student health insurance, and tuition benefits
Getta look for help for yourself
2 weeks sick time off (paid)
Health insurance is great.
C.O.L.A., health insurance package for family. Over 34 paid holidays per year.
401K is very low percentage
Unionized graduate students, wellness benefits, free vision and dental
Good benefits overall, but the retirement plan is a scam. Health insurance, flexible hours, and professional development are great, but relatively easy for the university to offer a young and generally healthy population. As a clear professional (postdoctoral researcher), I'm frustrated that the retirement plan consists of an obligatory pretax contribution to a savings account. There is no employer match, and the account generates no revenue, and university (state) employees contribute nothing to social security. This retirement savings account money can either be transferred to an IRA or paid to the employee (and taxed as income) at the end of employment. Until then the money just sits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.