Insurance offered with the company. Can change every few years but it is okay insurance.
There were very few paid days off per year. Even when staying with the company for many years, only 5 paid days off, 5 paid sick days.
If you refer another employee, you get a bonus of $300 on their 90th day of employment. Before you can be eligible to get paid vacation& time off you have to work for 90 days as full time employee. Health insurance plans and 401k was a plus.
The benefits did not kick right away, however, they were great benefits for an affordable price
In order to keep our benefits we had to remain a full time employee during the summer, so unlike public schools, we did not get summers off.
The healthcare is expensive and has a very high deductible. Vacation time is deceitful--they say you get one week but if you are sent home early they take it off your accrual, therefore most people find themselves with only 3 or 4 days of vacation days a year! You are only allowed to request time off if you have vacation available. This policy burns out the finest teachers and causes others to start calling off and abusing sick time.
The insurance was high but then again it is everywhere you go
The insurance is not GREAT, but if you are a single person it is okay. Co-pays range from $30-40 and specialists are $50+.
Nothing very exciting about the benefits at this company.
The best part of the benefits package is the vacation time although they have yet to master how to put that time on your check so you are aware of what you have left The biggest con is the employee discount. For the limited pay that they give their employees, it is a joke to make them pay so much for daycare.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.