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Best is CPP and EI although introduced lately. It still serves the newcomers. Worst is just nothing.
As a graduate student, you will have access to a graduate specific health and dental plan.
Unsure about benefits package as this is a co-op position at University of Calgary International
In my opinion best thing is the tuition support program and what I don't like about the benefits is the pension plan which is mandatory at a constant rate and can not be used for down payments.
You have 100% access to gym, pool, library and all the sporting and recreational equipments. Health benefit is covered. Free training courses also available for staffs and researchers
Great coverage and wellness packages
As a summer student there I did not get benefits but was covered under my student plan. The campus infrastructure and campus planning had a lot of politics and wasn’t a good place to work at that time.
Flexible schedule, but no benefits for contract workers
Tuition benefits for the employee and dependents (both academic courses and continuing education courses). The Health and Dental package is terrible - claims to be 100%, but it's only a 100% up to tiny maximums. The maximum for massage and chiro is $30 per visit and the rest gets paid out of your health spending account. So even though you get $750 in your HSA it doesn't go far and that doesn't increase if you have dependents. I think I still paid $100 out of pocket for my last routine dental cleaning and there are no vision benefits. You also pay high rates for the long-term disability (about $50/paycheque) and the mandatory pension contribution is $200-300 per paycheque. Overall, you'll lose about 35% of your salary to cover the 'benefits'.
Have wellness spending account and health spending account
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