We value our people, which is why we offer competitive salary and benefits that include comprehensive healthcare coverage, dental, and 401(k) with a company match for eligible participants – plus three weeks paid vacation in your first year of employment and four weeks each year after.
The insurance plans have High Deductibles
Health insurance is great. Plenty of time off offered and a sabbatical after 6 years
Health and Dental benefits are no longer free but they did an okay job at transitioning current employees to the change and it's still super affordable. Still have generous PTO days and Fitness Benefits.
Overall excellent benefits package, especially for a nonprofit.
Wonderful benefits package. 15 PTO days the first year and 20 after, plus 11 holidays, 3 personal days, and 9 sick days per year. 401(k) with 5% match (immediate vesting). Free health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance, but they might start charging a small amount for health insurance. 16 weeks maternity leave, 8 weeks paternity leave. They also offer a 4-8 week sabbatical after working there for 6 years. $2500 in professional development funds available per year. Can work from home and will accommodate flexible working schedules as needed.
Health, dental, vision, commuter reimbursement, FSA, professional development funds, overall amazing package.
5% 401K match, full monthly premium covered, low deductible for family and individual.
The benefits package at Year Up if very comprehensive and offers variety so that everyone has something to take advantage of. We have a top notch PPO plan through BCBS which is 100% paid at the moment. Our package is changing next year to include employee contribution.
They take care of their employees! Super generous vacation time along with personal development fund to expand my skills.
The Best thing about YU is the 401k matching.
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