Flexible schedule, tuition assistance, family friendly
it was part time and student position so you didn't get as many benefits as full time employees but there was health insurance.
Great benefits package, especially if you are able to take advantage of tuition benefit.
I am a student worker so I don't receive any benefits.
part-time employees get some perks, but no real benefits
Pay, health care, tuition benefits, dental, optical, life insurance, bookstore discounts, shuttle to train, discounted bus pass, employee discounts
Tuition remission, aggressive contribution to retirement account - 403(b), plus commuter benefits amongst other things.
Great benefits, really helps you take care of yourself and family. Including tuition remission.
Excellent benefits, comprehensive, extremely progressive. Maximum paid vacation is 25 days off per year plus holidays. Use of excellent gym. Many subsidized or partially subsidized things, like child care, commuter passes,etc
Great benefits on paper, but if you work in Athletics enjoying those benefits is at best 'discouraged' although unallowed is a more accurate term. Do your research, know your rights, and don't rely on HR to help at all. Related: rarely do people stay long enough to receive the full benefits package anyway.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.