Health insurance is great. Environment is great.
401k, flexible work schedule, insurance, dental
As a student assistant working part time there are no perks as such.
Strong health benefits. Competitive vacation and sick time. For employees over 50 years, UW matches 100% of your 401k contribution up to 10% of your pay. That's pretty generous.
For graduate students, the health insurance is wonderful. There is also a fully subsidized transit pass for $84/quarter but the price does keep increasing with union negotiations.
Time off is fantastic. I think I accrued a day off every pay period. Insurance was good.
Fantastic benefits for a local employer compared to private companies. Great time-off schedules and very flexible.
I dont have anything about the benefits. They offer really good benefits and continue education. They have los of opportunities.
Health insurance, low cost public transportation pass
Good dental insurance and 401k, decent amount of vacation days, and a host of UW medical offices near campus. UW doesn't cover transportation costs, fertility assistance, or parental leave; maternity/paternity leave requires you to use your sick days and vacation days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.