You have so mich coverage of total cost on bebefits, where they pay almost 100% of the total cost.
No benefits available for part time workers (so this includes the afterschool teacher position).
Aspire does not skimp on benefits. over the years I have never had a problem, I pay very little out of pocket for family Health, Vision, and Dental. Aspire pays over $1,000 a month. additionally, the plans they offer are very high quality and with excellent providers.
It is hard only having 3 paid sick days per school year, but I understand why a substitute teacher would. Also, there are no paid holidays.
Fully paid benefits! They also provide an excellent amount of training. Ideal for a fledgling teacher.
The health benefits were competitive compared to other jobs in the area.
Employees do not pay anything for their own health coverage, including dental, vision and EAP -- 100% employer-paid.
Fully paid benefits are good
Excellent health, dental, and retirement benefits. 403(b) available. Can transfer benefits to a domestic partner.
Aspire's benefit package is really great. After leaving, I'm paying twice as much for the exact same benefits with another employer.
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