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.
Cost is lower, but the coverage is not the best
worst is the health insurance is to expensive for a single mom. Submitting proof is awful. I wish a representative would come and explain all the benefits. College reimbursements, accrued time are some of the areas we need help in understanding.
With this salary, you very often cannot afford benefits or 401 plan.
Healthcare was expensive Employed discount wasn't great I still paid $120 a week for a full time 2yr old so it was like working for $5-$6 an hr
My insurance package was a joke, I basically had to cover all my medical expenses, no 401K, no nothing is offered except basic health insurance
There coverage sucks. They do not give 401k , you do not get reinbursed for school until you actually finish your schooling. Every plan is basic and not really up to par.
Full time employees have the option to purchase medical, dental, vision, pretty insurance, prepaid legal, both sorry and long term disability, pretax flexible spending for medical and childcare. The cost is a little high for a corporate owned company but lower than small business charge. Most of the staff just use Medicaid. PRO starts after a year of employment and learning care group does NOT match 401K. No employee discount on childcare until after being there a year either.
You pay an arm and a leg for a basic package. My package would have cost me almost all of my paycheck per month.
No benefits for part time employees
After one year of employment, I have not received any paid time off. In fact, I have no benefits from this company what so ever.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.