Fantastic benefits both individual and family, matching 401k. Employee health focused.
Tuition discount 75%. 403-B, PTO & reasonably priced insurance.
Retirement contribution is 3% automatic and 3% match. Total of 6%. That's pretty good for a private corporation, but light for a university.
Generous pto but the nature of the job makes it difficult to take time off (at least I feel so, I have a hard time getting back in touch with students if I'm out of the office). Huge discount on tuition for employees and family
Had an ok benefits package, but they slashed coverage. I had 3 different insurances in 1 year, slowly descending into garbage.
We recently changed benefits to Cigna Healthcare - an organization that is more costly and provides less to the employees. This is a difficult switch - one that was required of us all.
They are so many packages here at WGU it's insane. I think they're wonderful in all the packages, they automatically give you life insurance and will match 3% of your own contributions. PTO accumulates rather quickly and standard holidays you usually will get off.
Benefits are average but working from home is fabulous. Travel twice a year.
it was very inexpensive but contained generous benefits.
Insurance used to be wonderful and now has changed since going to Cigna. Higher copay, no upfront lab benefits, etc. are now replacing the great insurance we had through BCBS.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.