The best things is the price never went up much and the deductibles stayed reasonable.
Offered tuition discounts as well as discount programs on things like technology products and services. Also offered 401(k) but no matching.
I appreciate the flexible schedule and ability to work from home a couple times per week; however, those benefits largely depend on the specific department or executive leader you report to. PPO health insurance is very expensive.
Excellent benefits! Plentiful PTO as new employee. Eleven paid holidays per year.
The ability to earn 100% tuition reimbursement for both Bachelor's & Master's degrees.
Great tuition discounts and well-rounded compensation plan!
Not the best, not the worst. When I first begin two years ago, the benefits were amazing. More recently, things have change. The options are very slim.
Vacation is the best by far. I had 5 weeks vacation and 1 week sick after 7 years. The health insurance kept declining year after year. More and more expensive, covering less and less. This year it got worse - took away the options of choices among several companies and gave only Cigna and really one plan. Significant downgrade. Other benefits would be the education benefit but I don't really recommend getting your education there.
University of Phoenix is very generous with paid company holidays, paid sick time, schedule flexibility, company-paid life insurance, and health insurance options.
Incredible health package that included vision and dental
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