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‘Staff are encouraged to take time off work when sick.’
‘Generous provision of leave for mothers and fathers. Childcare on-site.’
‘Generous time off over the course of the year and additional University holidays’
Benefits include parking deduction from salary. Parking is very expensive there, so paying it off may help some.
Best benefits package will be the eyesight test.
I was not eligible as I was a PhD student. The health center is almost free for students in general.
Union members get extra benefits
insurances are offered through partners but the discount is minimal, increased annual leave and parental leave are nice to offer.
Excellent staff benefits. Maybe if you already work in a University this doesn't seem like a lot but when you've worked in the private sector, this is heaven! # of holidays and subsidised work-related study - both excellent
Canterbury University has a strong focus on professional development and often fully funds part time study at the University where the subject is related to your job. They also have 5 University Holidays which staff have off in addition to statuary holidays.
Long holidays, usually at summer time. Flexible hours. Good health insurance. Good pay and salary review
ok holiday time, inadequate pension
Pretty standard from what I know. Decent amount of holiday and sick leave. This is New Zealand though, where the laws surrounding these things are quite generous.
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