Great place to work and fun interactive work environment
Great life insurance retirement benefits.
The pay along with the retirement package through PERS or STERS is decent, but with the increased workload and reduced job security, that advantage is diminishing.
The best part was the infrastructure and the lab facility. The worst thing was the lack of a continuous job.
Only benefits offered is through school insurance plan. Once you pay into the plan (per semester) the coverage is pretty good.
Employee cost share has increased for health benefits, but salaries have been held the same for over two years, with no end in sight. Effectively producing a pay cut to staff for the foreseeable future.
The student health care is horrible, and graduate students are forced to park in the undergrad lots.
I was a student employee so I did not get a benefits package
The best part of the Wright State University benefit package is tuition remission for staff and their dependents. We also have a pretty generous leave policy (20 days of vacation, sick time, maternity leave, paternity leave, etc.). The worst part about the package is that our healthcare benefits have gotten worse over the past couple of years while the cost for these benefits has gone up significantly.
The health insurance was really hepful
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.