Satisfied with the benefit package. Generous time off policy.
You get one sick day and two vacation days per month. There's no retirement plans available for postdoc fellows
Health insurance is ok, benefits are probably below average for a University. There is virtually no matching for the 401k plan, although the Dean is trying to change that.
Well if you're a student employee you obviously don't get any benefits, as you're usually part-time and it's more of a job you do because you're in college and need the money. HOWEVER, i'm sure actual employees receive actual benefits. This review is ONLY about STUDENT EMPLOYEES.
Best - Opportunities for tuition remission for self and family Worst - cost of health plans
Decent. Time off is good.
The staff have a wonderful top of the line insurance with 1199. Employees with children benefit a great deal with all the child care benefit programs 1199 has to offer. The downfall is with all the great benefits one can become complacent.
They do offer the typical benefits such a medical, dental, paid vacation, Jewish Holidays, and 401K. Like every other company, the health insurance costs for their plans are increasing, but compared to my other friends at other companies, the cost seems to be increasing at a much more quicker pace.
The best benefit would definitely be Free housing
Big cuts in retirements... No training
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.