There are many benefit options available to full and part-time employees. (Part-time schedules can vary, up to 30 hours per week depending on your availability.) We offer you a fun and challenging work environment that fosters teamwork, inspires professional excellence and encourages contributions by all team members.
The best thing was the price for the benefits and how much they extract from your pay check. The worst was the timing to turn all the paperwork in.
Deductible paid for health insurance is too high and cost of insurance is too expensive.
All of it is bad. Nobody here makes enough to actually pay for any of the benefits that they offer.
Insurance is extremely expensive
no benefits, I was never offered any
I was able to (as soon as my benefits kicked in) get my teeth cleaned, get a wellness check up, and go to the eye doctor almost completely free. I also filled a prescription in that same time frame. The benefits are pretty useful
we have to pay for childcare and we have black out days
Health, dental and eye insurance are offered but expensive. High copays for the health insurance but most things are fully covered for the dental and eye insurance. Salaried employees are given free life insurance. I do not take advantage of the 401k offered but I know the company does not match any of it. You receive very little paid time off when you first start but you earn extra weeks along the way. I've been there for 8 years and I receive four weeks each year. Even though we are a daycare business our own children are not free. Directors receive a good childcare discount but teachers discount is very minimal.
After two months of service they review your hours to decide if you're full time and eligible for paid time off and benefits. Since i was hired during the holiday season, my hours didn't meet requirements and i had to wait six months to be considered a full-time employee. After six months from the date you are a "full-time employee", you're paid time off finally shows up. So I have been employed for a year and three months and have not been able to reap the benefits of my hard work. It is discouraging because I've gone all year long seeing coworkers take vacation after vacation, and i cant even get one off day.
Pros: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K, FSA, paid holidays, paid time off Cons: no pension
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.