Responsive Benefits Dept, great job for parents of young children.
The health insurance is good but the paid time off sucks as a salaried employee. You get a lot more responsibility, not a lot of a pay increase, and no more paid time off. Essentially you’re given 8 days to use and if you don’t work every single day one week you have to use vacation time. You’re given the same amount of paid time off as a teacher with almost triple the responsibility. There’s no paid maternity leave for anyone.
Medical, dental, and vision similar to other preschools. Only get one week vacation until year 6 and some years have not even gotten my 5 days because of arrcrual system and company policy of scheduling staff for 7 hours and 50 minutes so each pay check vacation accrual varies dramaticly and can result in you getting 4 days and 6 hours instead of 5 days of 8 hours for FULL TIME staff.
The choices that you can make to set up your own plan was very helpful. The people in the benefits department are great.
It takes forever to get benefits if you switch from part time to full time. You have to average 30 hours. No vacation pay until you average 30 hours in a 6 month period and then you still have to wait.
The medical insurance is not great & expensive as well.
not a lot of pto options that are paid time off but the health benefits are good.
I would say that the Health Care is a little on the expensive side, however for this economy and the way Insurance is set up now. It's manageable. And there is no match for the Retirement Plan, which I think would be a great incentive.
Medical benefits don't cover much - bi-weekly deductions are very high & out of pocket deductible is also very high No 401K match Employee discount after you've been there 2 years & kids are older Dental & vision plans are good
High costs of health care
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