Great benefits, including comprehensive insurance paid for by employer
I really enjoyed working here. Great health insurance coverage. No vision coverage, so you are on your own if you need vision correction.
Best health insurance in the state combined with tuition benefits
As a GRA, essentially free health insurance that is absolutely wonderful.
The health benefits are pretty good. Vision is not covered however. That would be my only complaint
It is great. I great to go to the gym and they pay me back 20 dollars per month. the gym has great facilities. The health insurance that we get is very good. it has dental and one eye exam per year
Health insurance (and dental) for graduate assistants, but dependents are not covered. Paternity/maternity leave. However, depends on how many hours worked (20 for full health insurance, 10 for partial).
They were extremely easy about taking time off because I was a student. If I ever felt over worked they were more than willing to let me take a couple days off to study and focus on school
health insurance, 401K, paid leave, paternity leave, maternity leave, bereavement leave, dental insurance
The best thing about the benefits package is the health insurance; although it used to be great, but copayments and deductibles have increased dramatically over the last 5 years. The retirement plan is great too, but that has also degraded for new hires.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.