In addition to a career filled with purpose and opportunity, The University of Michigan offers a comprehensive benefits package to help you stay well, protect yourself and your family, and plan for a secure future. Benefits include:
Learn more at http://careers.umich.edu/benefits/
Current and former employees report that University of Michigan provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Coverage and cost is very fair”
“28 days PTO for postdoctoral.”
“I think just average level.”
Medical insurance coverage is great
great range of benefits and great coverage.
Best - retirement matching, Flexible spending acoount for health and childcare, Dental, Vision, Legal, Medical (few health plans to pick from)
Great medical, retirement match+double, vacation, time off
Salaries in Healthcare
I have an associates degree, a bachelors degree in health care administration and will be graduating with my masters this December from University of Michigan. I currently have 2 years of experience and make 40k as a Program Manager. The company is training me for a new role as a quality and compliance lead for my state. Being that this is a new position, I would be the only employee managing the whole state. When I receive an offer, I believe I should be making at least 80k, is this reasonable?
Health Insurance is very good
Great physicians and support staff.
Generous benefits, free dental insurance
Satisfied with current benefits. However, we are negotiating a contract and expect a push to reduce benefits
The PTO, sick leave, and maternal/parental leave policies are wonderful. Including health, vision, and dental insurance. The worst thing about the benefits is that is makes it hard to leave the university because they are so good. However, if you're not in a director or senior role you won't be making that much money so it's a trade off.
Parking should be included with benefits