There are no benefits when working for them, but it isn't really a bad thing. Nanny positions do not typically offer benefits anyway, so it's not an expectation. Especially not when working part time
Absolutely no benefits. No paid time off No health care No dental No 401k
No health insurance perks at all, at least I wasn’t offered any. They offer your typical PTO and sick days and etc. 1hr per every 40 hours worked. When it comes to actually wanting days off though, they act like it’s the biggest deal in the world and it’s impossible. At least that’s how they made it for me :) I’ve had to put off getting my education and career and entire month because I don’t have one single week day off for the whole month. And there is ZERO way around your days you’re already scheduled for. You can’t go to doctors appointments, school appointments, nothing.
They didn't offer any benefits to PT employees. The pay was too low and they wouldn't guarantee me hours.
There are no real benefits for those who are nannies, but there is a lot of flexibility. There is no insurance, no paid time off, and no bonuses,
None absolutely none the only benefits you have here is the benefit of a job. This could be used for a temporary job while you look for a job with benefits.
They do not currently offer benefits, but do offer rewards, recognition and pay increases
If you aren't corporate, you aren't eligible for any kind of benefits. The only advantage from this over a private nanny position is that you can pick up something else a little easier when one of your placements ends. Most are very short term jobs (1 day or less) and more like babysitting than nannying.
There are no benefits to work for this company. You need to get everything for yourself. Plus the pay is taxed
There is no benefits package
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.