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“Many health facilities on campus. Insurance itself is pretty basic.”
“16 hours at the beginning ”
“Classified staff has choices of the PERS programs. Everyone else eligible has employer matched 401k via fidelity. There is also other optional programs.”
UW has great benefit offerings overall
The benefits package had great coverage and coverage
Everything is good, everything is nice. Great place
Pension + 401K, PTO and sick leave are separate
great benefit like health insurance, 403b etc
There is a great work/life balance, medical, leave benefits, etc.
401k and vacation / sick leave.
Very little benefits for a graduate student. You have basic health insurance. Vacation, work from home, and leave all depends on which department and lab you are working in. Quarterly, you are required to pay $200-400 of "building fees", so really, you do not get any additional benefits since you are already paying upfront for many amenities.
Helpful benefits staff, good health insurance plans
UW provides a great benefits package, plus many other resources available to employees, including the opportunity to take classes tuition-free.
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