Rockefeller University FAQ

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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Rockefeller University.

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32 English questions out of 32

July 27, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Rockefeller University?

Pros

Good benefits and pay is decent.

Cons

Admin is a mess. Terrible communication. Favoritism. Teacher “rules” don’t make sense.

Advice to Management

Admin has to go.

Good benefits and pay is decent.

July 27, 2020

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February 10, 2021

What is health insurance like at Rockefeller University?

Pros

The University has a great medical insurance plan, with he choice of two options: The Rockefeller University Choice Plan or The Rockefeller University Managed Care Plan. The University has great center that provides developmentally appropriate early childhood education for the youngest members of the Rockefeller community, beginning at age 3 months. The teachers at the center patient, caring, and personable. As a full-time employee, if you're attending school in your field of study, the University will reimburse 85% of the total tuition charges, registration, books, and necessary supplies.

Cons

As a teacher at the center you will not get the support needed from administration. As a teacher at the center you'll start to feel undervalued but what teacher doesn't feel undervalued. The philosophy and culture has changed. As a result, if you have an opinion or thoughts on how things can change it will be ignored.

The University has a great medical insurance plan, with he choice of two options: The Rockefeller University Choice Plan or The Rockefeller University Managed Care Plan.

February 10, 2021

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February 10, 2021

Does Rockefeller University offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

The University has a great medical insurance plan, with he choice of two options: The Rockefeller University Choice Plan or The Rockefeller University Managed Care Plan. The University has great center that provides developmentally appropriate early childhood education for the youngest members of the Rockefeller community, beginning at age 3 months. The teachers at the center patient, caring, and personable. As a full-time employee, if you're attending school in your field of study, the University will reimburse 85% of the total tuition charges, registration, books, and necessary supplies.

Cons

As a teacher at the center you will not get the support needed from administration. As a teacher at the center you'll start to feel undervalued but what teacher doesn't feel undervalued. The philosophy and culture has changed. As a result, if you have an opinion or thoughts on how things can change it will be ignored.

time employee, if you're attending school in your field of study, the University will reimburse 85% of the total tuition charges, registration, books, and necessary supplies.

February 10, 2021

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October 23, 2019

Does Rockefeller University offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

Wonderful people, terrific benefits and employee services!

Cons

not a lot of room for growth

Wonderful people, terrific benefits and employee services!

October 23, 2019

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February 10, 2021

Does Rockefeller University offer health savings accounts?

Pros

The University has a great medical insurance plan, with he choice of two options: The Rockefeller University Choice Plan or The Rockefeller University Managed Care Plan. The University has great center that provides developmentally appropriate early childhood education for the youngest members of the Rockefeller community, beginning at age 3 months. The teachers at the center patient, caring, and personable. As a full-time employee, if you're attending school in your field of study, the University will reimburse 85% of the total tuition charges, registration, books, and necessary supplies.

Cons

As a teacher at the center you will not get the support needed from administration. As a teacher at the center you'll start to feel undervalued but what teacher doesn't feel undervalued. The philosophy and culture has changed. As a result, if you have an opinion or thoughts on how things can change it will be ignored.

The University has a great medical insurance plan, with he choice of two options: The Rockefeller University Choice Plan or The Rockefeller University Managed Care Plan.

February 10, 2021

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