In addition to financial benefits, BGCA strives to provide its employees with the resources they need to maintain work/life balance. These include:
it was a very good experience. I would recommend this place to anyone in the aprropriate area
I absolutely love this company and love what I do, however the work load for a part time site director is huge and there is are no benefits.
Benefits vary by location. Smaller clubs have a harder time generating enough employees to get the benefit of a group discount.
The part time job allows flexibility for school but there were no benefits.
I was an intern here so I was unpaid and also received no benefits. However, the work schedule is very flexible and working environment is relaxing and corroborative.
Great benefits and matching 401k
There aren't any, unless you're one of the few who are a full-time employee. They did awkwardly have Aflac come in and peddle their overpriced life insurance and accident policies to us.
Literally no benefits. You don't even get a lunch break if you work as a summer employee during their summer program. You can also work over the 29.9 hours legally required to remain part-time because you're not an "actual" employee, you're only temporary or seasonal. It's their way of not having to pay an employee benefits.
paid time off; health insurance
Different location have different benefits. I had health insurance and of course flexible hours.
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