Great paid time off. Great options for medical/dental. Generous retirement contribution. Offers tuition remission. Offers professional development. Offers life insurance.
Overall the benefits are strong. The 403b match is higher than average, and that is the biggest benefit for me.
Tons of benefits included w/o cost to Grad assistants.
The sick time sharing...employees can share their sick time with another employee.
Best benefits package ever! Generous employer contributions to retirement account, health coverage including dental & vision, and more. Only downside is PTO; it is insufficient in total, an additional amount is not added until year 6, and it accrues piecemeal, ensuring that if you are pulling your hair out every 2 months for a day or two off you'll never save up enough for a proper vacation.
sick time accrues quicker than vacation time. Vacation about 14 days per year. Employees receive 90% tuition remission after a year, 401k contribution is double matched. Health care is VERY affordable. The high deductible plans start at $0.
UOP has an overall good benefits package. Retirement (403b) is great: you contribute 5% and they contribute 10%. Medical is OK, but cost have been increasing quite a bit over the past couple of years and the level of service has decreased. There is a flextime and telecommuting policy, but only certain offices let you take advantage of it.
Tuition remission, health insurance, 403B with 2x matching, discount at local businesses.
Only for full time members.
No medical insurance but i think because were not fill time
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