It was a comprehensive plan. However, the copay for health insurance were on the higher side.
It was all just mediocre, it wasn't overly difficult to get hired so the benefits package reflected that.
The best thing is the FSA they offer employees. The worst thing is that their insurance offers poor services for Mental Health and you are not paid for the first month.
Great benefits package . One of the best in the non-profit sector
There is no benefits package barely could get a sick day off
AMAZING Benefit package, very competitive compared to other companies
I only worked part-time with the After School Program and as a Bus Monitor. Pay wasn't fantastic, but it was a little higher than minimum wage. I had no complaints with pay or benefits, considering the limited hours available for work.
Literally no benefit package. There was no offer like that at my time of employment, so I can't answer that question.
It's expensive and they try and talk you out of it for the budget. They keep you at 35 hours in order to keep you from full time so they don't have to give you benefits
The benefit package is low cost, but is very beneficial for staff. medical, dental, 401k are offered
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