At Bright Horizons, we care for each other as much as we care for the children, families, and clients we serve. That's why we're committed to providing a comprehensive employee benefits package, helping employees bring their very best selves to work. Our employees are our greatest asset, and their physical health, financial stability, and overall well-being — both in and outside of work — are among our top priorities. We offer a variety of benefits to help our employees and their families live balanced, healthy lives, including:
For Full-Time Employees (working 30+ hours per week)
Medical, Dental, Vision, Vacation, Sick Time, Holiday Pay, Healthcare FSA, Basic Life and AD&D Insurance, Supplemental Life, Disability, Adoption Assistance, Child Care Discount, Back-Up Child Care & Back-Up Adult/Elder Care, Commuter Benefit Program, and Additional Benefits from the Hartford.
For Full-Time Employees and Part-Time Employees (part-time continuously working at least 20 hours per week)
401(k), Tuition Reimbursement, EdAssist, CDA Training, CollegeCoach, Well-Being Help Center, Real Estate Advantage Program, Bright Horizons CareDirect, Dependent Care FSA, Direct Deposit, GlobalFit Fitness Solutions, Pet Insurance, Auto & Home Insurance Discounts, Perks at Work Discounts, Discount Movie Tickets, Cell Phone Discounts and Metro Credit Union.
For more information about any of these benefits, please visit: jobs.brighthorizons.com/working-benefits
Great medical benefits, child care discount, generous PTO and sick days, 401K match, and many additional benefits including discounted insurance, entertainment and so much more.
Benefits are expensive. If you want to add your spouse to your plan, you have to get a family plan which costs upwards of 700-800 dollars a month. Have to use disability in order to get paid for maternity.
Its nothing special. I negotiated and received 25 cents more than most teachers working at the center which is shameful.
Worst: Do not get all holidays off. Some holidays the school is closed but we are expected to come in for an "in-service day." On staff meeting days, our "early closure" time is not until 5:00 pm, and we have to stay after hours, sometimes as late as 8:00 pm on a week night. You get two weeks off, but it does not increase over time.
Health insurance is expensive, they offer 401k, vacation and paid time off and 50% employee discount for your kids.
This company has made a name for itself by offering one core benefit to its employees, discounted childcare. If you don't have children, there is little to no benefit to working here. the 401k is menial, the dental covers little to nothing, and they only reimburse you up to 500.00 dollars a year if you want to obtain a degree as you work. Do they offer everything that everyone else does (Retirement , Maternity leave, Heath Insurance ) yes, however this is all offered at the absolute minimum.
The cheapest health insurance is ~$50 per pay period (bi-weekly). dental and vision are cheap. They match 25% of 401 contributions with a 7 year vesting period. Vacation and sick time accrue quickly. 50% off child care is helpful for those with children. There is no holiday bonus, and if you're lucky you'll get a 3% raise each year. There is no maternity leave (Only short term disability that you need to pay for out of each paycheck) and no loan repay program.
Do not provide free childcare to teachers and only have a limited number of discounts.
Flexibility and variety in plans and benefits
The best part is the new Degree program, they will pay for any full time employee to get their college degree in child development/early childhood education.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.