No perks for me, I was a part time student worker, so none can be expected.
Great health insurance in the earth and environmental science department, and it's really cheap for grad students.
Graduate health care program is acceptable with a low semester deductible and no monthly payments (as long as you are not a parent, it is good). You have until the end of the summer after year 2 of school, then they kick you off or pay an outrageous price for COBRA health care through UMD.
There are no benefits. As a student worker, you do not get any.
HR needs to do a better job of on-boarding new employees on benefits package
University provides generous contribution to retirement plans; sick leave and family leave is very generous, HR Department will work to make sure all benefits are applied.
It is an OK plan. The retirement is pretty good. The health benefits are not the best.
Best benefit is health insurance cost and Minnesota State Retirement System.
10.5% salary employer 401k contribution, 100% vested immediately. 22vacation days, unlimited sick time.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.