No complaints. I received a full shot of benefits, all of which I was satisfied with.
Great benefits package. Solid amount vacation days. Working remotely depends on your team and boss. Health insurance package is fair.
The benefits package at WNET is among one of the best I've been offered in my professional career.
They stopped contributing to the 430(b) plan
Nice work environment, good benefits.
Additional company perks include occasional free tickets to Broadway shows and concerts and film screenings.
For contract, freelance employees, there's the option to enroll in an outside hiring company's benefit package. It's mainly preventative care, and doesn't cover a majority of long-standing conditions' care. It was a huge pull out of my pay-check and didn't cover anything, so I had to forgo the benefits offer
The maternity leave policy is outstanding.
This wasn't an option for interns or fellows so I have no idea.
The package was standard. Insurance covered with a copay. Maternity policy was 12 weeks using your PTO days. But, flexible arrangements can be made with your supervisor to stay out longer unpaid for up to 6 months. Very generous vacation policy and holiday break between Christmas and New Years.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.