Robust benefit options and lots of resources available for employees.
They offer a terrific benefits package for A P employees that includes medical, dental, and vision, along with vacation and retirement.
no benefits for part time workers if you dont negotiate when starting the job.
Best: retirement matched at 7.5% of salary and 10% at age 50+; worst: few merit raises, no guaranteed cost-of-living raise as funding depends on state budgets.
The best part was that PTO is accrued at a fair rate and can be accumulated over the years without a cap. I took a three-week long vacation thanks to their PTO policy.
The benefits package was very comprehensive and the best thing was the match of the 401K.
The University of Washington (UW) offers a full range of benefits, including a beautiful campus and access to many college-level educational opportunities. I've lived in Seattle for 40 years and I've worked at the UW for 17 years; this is one of the best employers in town.
The Regence Uniform Health insurance option is amazing and has been indispensable for recovering from a stroke several years ago.
Time off is pretty good, co-pay is great for prescriptions. Office visits are free, but the choice of doctors is a bit limited. Especially for dental.
Health insurance is quite good, and the union benefits are strong
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.