As a single young adult pay $25 for health and $10 for dental insurance biweekly is not bad. You even have less of a copay if you choose to go to VCU doctors, you can still see outside doctors that accept Cigna.
The best thing is the affordable health care packages and perks. You accrue PTO but it's taken on all holidays that Vcu recognizes, no sick days.
401b, vacation PTO, health insurance dental insurance, childcare backup services, employee discounts to various businesses around town. Cheapest out of pocket expenses I have seen.
full package health insurance. low copays. tuition assistance but can only use after 1st yr.
Nothing other than its not free
I do not think there is a bad part about it at this point, I am fairly new to the working with benefits field and think that VcU has a great package.
They have a variety of packages that fits your needs, and they are very helpful and understanding in picking out a package just for you and they provide excellent benefits.
we are the mercy of the State Budget and hiring freezes
I think the monetary benefits are decent. While the health insurance premiums have risen (like everybody else's), if you use our facility, your out-of-pocket is very low. One thing I don't like is that we can only contribute 2% into a voluntary savings (I think that's right) and I would actually like to contribute more.
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