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.
I don't understand the package and wasn't explained to about them. The director just sprung it on me and told me to call to find out more information.
No benefits for part time employees
The worst thing is the cost. If you can benefits (health) elsewhere, I would recommend doing some.
Health insurance is very high, vision and dental are not too bad newer employees can only earn 1 week paid vacation, and 1 week sick leave. Employees from 10+ years ago can have 2 but it use to be 3 so they lost a week. No maternity leave
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.
Best thing was how cheap the eye insurance was. Worst thing is working with the benefits department. Trying to get benefits and then trying to get information after you quit was horrible.
Benefits are great. You can receive health, dental, 401K, as well as discount if children attend.
Too expensive. .I could not afford to get the package once I became full-time. Most other teacher's there felt the same. I believe only the upper management used the benefits.
Still a little costly for someone who doesn't need child care I think it should be less. Or decrease with time on the job. Co pays are still high at the doctors office.
1 week vacation and 1 week sick leave. When working with children you need more time as you get sick more often and due to stress having time away is important. Healthy insurance is ok but you have to pay for it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.