Great if you're young and single, terrible if you have a family
Chance to gain experience within a social service agency.
They let you know exactly what you're getting
Comprehensive benefits package offered
Pros: flexibility with class hours, opportunity to learn, free supervision for licensing Cons: Unpaid
The company has a good system for employees to earn paid days off and they allow employees to accumulate their earned leaves so that they may take a one to two week vacation. The company also allows employees to donate their excessive leave hours to fellow employees who may need to take an extended leave due to illness, maternity or bereavement. This helps to enhance good employee morale and adds to the family atmosphere among staff. The health benefits offer various plans such as HMO coverage and more comprehensive coverages. The prices are reasonable for individual and spouse coverage and the services which are covered are more than adequate. However, coverage for the entire family is quite expensive and most employees find it to be not affordable. The company formerly had a good retirement program which allowed the employee to choose the amount to be deducted from paycheck. The company generously invested the same amount into the employee's retirement fund. However, due to budget cuts, the company has not been able to contribute to retirement funds for the past year.
The best is if you are single the benefits are reasonable. The worst is if you are not and need to include spouse or family, the cost is outrageous!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.