The number of benefits is good but the difference card is confusing
Agency is very flexible on vacation and personal days as long as they are informed in advance. Agency also gives all Catholic holidays pay to employees. Workers are also given comp time which is often accommodated.
I got 4 weeks paid vacation, 5 sick days, and 4 personal days as a case planner. I believe it varies with each position.
They give you a difference card to hep pay for medical copays. They also allow you to accrue comp time.
The benefits are good, health insurance is reasonable priced, there is plenty of holidays. Pension plan is available to all, and there is the 403b contribution plam
Healthcare was a plus but the wages for direct care staff is difficult to make a living from if that is the only job you have.
They're more concerned about getting paid than the children.
The insurance co-pay and employee contribution goes up every year. The agency claims its because of the cost of living- yet doesn't give out raises to compensate. There is also no tuition reimbursement. Other than that- 4 weeks vacation, pension, company paid dental (basic plan), very generous holiday and sick time, HQ gets Fridays off, while the other branches get 1/2 days for summer Fridays, flexible schedule around your work/visits. Overall a good benefit package.
The benefits are too expensive and every year the cost of the medical deduction goes up, but the salaries does not increase.
Time off, there are over 19 holidays, 10 sick and personal days plus vacation days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.