IRA matching after 2 yrs. Full health benefits. Generous time off at Christmas.
Not many perks. 70% of healthcare is covered by the organization, staff is accountable for paying 30% of healthcare plan plus vision and dental. No 401k match. 10 days PTO.
Offer dental, vision and STD or LTD. No health insurance or 401K.
Benefits package must be approved by the board.
The salary is pretty low, but they do offer some health insurance, which helps a little bit. Mostly, supervisors do not feel appreciated, and salary does not reflect experience, which is a shame.
Standard medical, dental, PTO and holiday time off is offered. Chiropractor and acupuncture also offered. Salary was not as competitive with market.
This organization does quality work for foster children in the 37th Judicial Circuit of Missouri, and the board makes every attempt to take care of its employees in every way possible with limited local resources. The board cannot afford yet to supply health insurance or retirement options to its executive staff. This will likely improve in the future with expanded funding, as engaged by that executive staff.
18% additional compensation on top of base salary.
Bonus stipend is percentage of salary
The company offers a cafeteria plan where employees receive a percentage of their salary to purchase benefits (health/dental insurance, retirement, long/short term disability, etc). Seemingly a good option but the reality to a typical employee is that it is not enough to cover everything. Not to mention the inequality where upper management has access to more because of how much they make while everyone else must pick and choose because their 18% doesn't cover everything. The health insurance options that are offered are very expensive with high deductibles and mostly unaffordable if you have a spouse and kids. Time off is ok but you need to work there for a while to reap the benefits. The agency used to be an honored for the Alfred B Sloan Workplace Flexability Awards where employees were able to flex their hours, work from home and the org had strong values for work/life balance. Sadly, this is no longer the case where employee are expected to punch a clock and all flexible work options have been dissolved. The values of work/life balance are a thing of the past. A strong benefits package is a sign that an agency cares and values their employees. This agency, at one time, worked very hard to offer its employees good benefits and perks but sadly many of those benefits have been dissolved and replaced with a time clock.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.