YMCA

www.ymca.net
Profile Unclaimed

YMCA Benefits

3.3 out of 5 (57 comments)
Most talked about benefits
  • Employee Discount

    "you get a membership with the y. you have to be there for a year to have a family membership" (13 comments)

  • Sick Days

    "As flexible as can be given it is a part-time gig and not enough employees to always cover." (7 comments)

  • Health Insurance

    "There is only one insurance company to pick. there are no choices" (6 comments)

Benefits Summary

  • High % reporting
  • Medium % reporting
  • Low % / No reports
  • * Employer Verified

Insurance, Health & Wellness

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Vision Insurance
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Occupation Accident Insurance
  • Health Care On-Site
  • Mental Health Care
  • Retiree Health & Medical
  • Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance

Financial & Retirement

  • Pension Plan
  • 401K Plan
  • Retirement Plan
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Performance Bonus
  • Stock Options
  • Equity Incentive Plan
  • Supplemental Workers' Compensation
  • Charitable Gift Matching

Family & Parenting

  • Maternity & Paternity Leave
  • Work From Home
  • Fertility Assistance
  • Dependent Care
  • Adoption Assistance
  • Childcare
  • Reduced or Flexible Hours
  • Military Leave
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Unpaid Extended Leave

Vacation & Time Off

Perks & Discounts

Professional Support

Employee Comments

  • Feb 15, 2015
    Current Employee in Irving, Texas

    Great retirement plan and insurance. Dental and vision benefits are also available. Health Savings Account is very useful. Overall, I think the benefits at the YMCA are above average.

  • Feb 10, 2015
    Former Employee in Austin, Texas

    Really enjoyed the gym membership.

  • Jan 30, 2015
    Current Employee in Charlotte, North Carolina

    They pay 12% into 401K for staff.

  • Feb 5, 2015
    Current Inclusion Leader in San Diego, California

    As an employee of the y, you receive a free membership so unlimited use of classes, pool, cardio equipment, etc. If you are part time, as I am, there is no health insurance package available. If you work two consecutive years of 1000 hours (total 2000) you become eligible for their employee matching retirement account. Otherwise it's just a standard 403b account offered. A very conservative retirement account but it's not nothing.

  • Feb 5, 2015
    Current Group exercise coordinator in York, Pennsylvania

    Great retirement fund- employee contribution and interest

  • Feb 25, 2015
    Current Employee in Baltimore, Maryland

    nothing with the part time

  • Feb 3, 2015
    Former membership/ Miracle League coordinator in Corpus Christi, Texas

    its far too much work for the amount being compensated.

  • Jan 28, 2015
    Current Employee in San Francisco, California

    Basic health, dental and medical package is included for full-time employees with copay per visit. All staff are able to sign-up for 403(b) program.

  • Feb 13, 2015
    Former Program Assistant in Livingston, New Jersey

    I had no benefits for my position. The cost of participating in a benefits package for a part time employee at my salary and fluctuating hourly wages, would have defeated the purpose of a paycheck. I looked into the packages offered at one point but made the decision to stick with the coverage my family was receiving. However, during my first year of employment at the preschool, I worked more than sixteen hours a week, which qualified me for a free membership to the Y. This I accepted. I had no "vacation days" or "sick days". One day, I had to request the day off as I had been summoned to court as a witness. I know that some jobs offer compensation to employees who are required to appear in court on days when they are supposed to be at work. Unfortunately, that was a benefit I was not qualified for.

  • Jan 21, 2015
    Current Teacher's Aide in Frederick, Maryland

    What I like best is that the YMCA does offer a gym membership to part time employees. Other than that, I can not think of anything that is very beneficial for working as a part time employee with the YMCA. I was offered a family membership, and I can take a day or two off out of the entire year. I do not get any paid time off. It is hard to get hours in order to get full time which would offer more benefits such as paying for college courses, paid time off, maternity leave, and many more benefits that are pretty common.

Work at YMCA? Share Your Experiences

YMCA

 
Click to Rate
or

Your response will be removed from the review – this cannot be undone.