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, Horizons' Teacher Degree Program (FREE ECE Degree), 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, Bright Horizons Benefits Market, Jury Duty and Bereavement Pay, Back-Up Child Care at a Bright Horizons Center, Social Security and Unemployment Benefits, and Worker's Compensation.
For more information about any of these benefits, please visit: jobs.brighthorizons.com/benefits
Benefits are available within first 3 months
Benefits aren't very competitive at the corporate level. Premiums for family health insurance are very high. No paid leave options. Most benefits do not kick in on day 1, which I have never encountered before. Poor education benefits outside the teacher's program. Unless you can take advantage of the childcare discount, you will not find the benefits here compelling.
Best thing is 401k matching, worst thing is you have to pay for health insurance
401K matching is a joke. Know that the 50% child care discount has several hurdles to jump through before approved and you may not get it after waiting for a year.
Comprehensive Benefits, medical options are expensive though.
Generous PTO, many options for "extra" benefits: cell phone discounts, pet insurance, discounts for shopping & travel, medical, dental and vision!
Bright Horizons has a competitive benefits package but can be expensive to enroll in for an employee working full time wanting to add other family members.
Be unable to communicate with of family some of the benefits they have for employees
Company perks are good, especially the Degree Achievement Program that pays for Associates and Bachelors Degrees at four approved universities.
Good Health Coverage, poor time off
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.