Good benefit options for Full-Time employees, however, most employees are not full time.
Paid time off- Paid holiday, 4 weeks vacation (can accrue up to 6 weeks of rolling over to the next year) Lots of sick days. Up to two personal days depending on length of employment.
Good 401K with matching. Good PTO package with allowances for borrowing vacation time. Good health insurance plan that covers all health problems for a reasonable price.
Cadillac coverage - medical, dental, vision, life, disability - and great PTO packages. Employee contribution for a family is well within the personal budget
ELS offers a 401k, health insurance through Cigna, 4 weeks paid vacation, and 10 days of sick leave
Benefits are good, but the pay for a private educational institution is low.
Insurance is great. Dental is excellent
Even if you're working there full-time for many months, they want to keep you as a "contractor" so they won't need to provide benefits.
Great flexibility with leave and time off. The EAP program is excellent!
Vacation Time, Personal Days, and Sick Days are used when low enrollment causes "full-time" instructors to go below the 20hr/wk minimum to keep insurance. They do give you one session (4 weeks) to be below the 20 hours, but then you get dropped the second session.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.