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“The 40 hour course required for the Registered Behavior Technician Exam is provided.”
It is ok, they offer you all the basics.
I don’t receive health benefits right now however they do have a 401k that I have access to.
The best thing is the free training for your RBT exam. The worst thing is that not all benefits are offered to RBTs working full time.
They have good bens health dental eyes all ya need but wont give ya hour to get em
If you are a registered behavior tech and cannot manage to get your hours to full time you do not receive benefits. Nor do you receive PTO
Vacation could not be taken when you were on a "guarantee" which means until you were credentialed by insurance AND billing over what would be your salary then you can take paid vacation time. It basically takes 3-6 months to get credentialed which means its another 2-3 months at least before you are billing over what is on the guarantee. Therefore, you really cannot take paid vacation for at least 6 months. Most people were still on guarantee well beyond the 1 year mark.
Health insurance was very expensive and did not have great options. No 401K. No Health Savings Account. Did not get reimbursed for any mileage. Only two days of paid time off.
I work part-time hourly, so I don't really get a benefits package. The handbook lays out a pretty average benefits package for full-time employees, but I can't really name the pros and cons since I don't reap those benefits.
Not enough time off and too expensive to health care
Time off is easy to schedule because of the flexible nature of its work
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