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insurance was pretty good, time off was hard to get
They will match your contribution.
They have a Great benefits package
They offer a 401k and good health insurance (BCBS). They do not offer teacher pension, life insurance, FSA, military leave, bereavement leave, or retirement plan. Personal and sick leave is frowned upon.
No 401K contributions from employer, at least not until the third year of employment. Let's be real, no one lasts that long. Also can't take any paid time off in the first or last month of employment. When the staff starts to dwindle, they will also tell you can't take any sick or personal days because there aren't enough staff to cover classes.
The benefits are comparable to other benefit packages, 401(k) begins as soon as you begin investing the 1st day of the next month you start working. Medical benefits are expensive if you have a family but again, it's pretty comparable and not a cut rate insurance, CareFirst BlueCross options for HMO to PPO are available.
it's pretty nill, the package is severely lacking.
401k matching does not begin until year 3, by which point, most employees have moved on. The time off for non-instructional staff is relatively generous, but when it comes to taking days off, the options are quite limited.
Benefits package is decent comparatively. What is not offered via the school directly is offered through an affiliation with AFLAC.
The benefits suck. There is no contribution to your 401K by employer, you can't take your paid leave during 1st month of school, no major perks.
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