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.
The only bad thing about the benefit package is it’s a little higher than I was paying at my previous employment.
You Get health insurance but it is not very good insurance at all and they take a lot out of your check for that insurance.
very affordable medical coverage to meet my needs for my medical, prescriptions, vision and dental
Free lunch, free dinner, free transport. Good benefits for all staff including permanent and temporary ones
Worst: I work at most 70 hours every 2 weeks but was hired a year and a half ago for 20 hours every two weeks. So part time status. I only worked part time a couple of months, asked for more hours, it was granted to me. But in order for me to get some of the basic benefits like paid vacation and holiday..they said I needed a consecutive 60 hours per paycheck for 6 months straight. My boss works me from 8-5, yes. But if the kids aren’t there or ratios are low for the day you do not get to clock in at your allotted time. So sometimes I’ll have 50 hours for a two week paycheck.. then I have to start all over again for full time benefits. A little annoying
They offer time off but if you request time off you may not come back to a job and if you do your hours will be cut. Also if you request berevment leave you must show a death certificate.
They offer health insurance, but with the options listed, I preferred to get one that wasn't with the company. Time off request are usually granted, but with the teacher turnover rate, it is impossible to get it granted.
Terrible benefits package. Everything offered was through-the-roof expensive, if it was even offered at all.
Too small of a discount if we have a child in need of a daycare.
Part time gets no benefits. Lots of hours no benefits.
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