We're all about you and your experience. Your health and happiness, your work/life balance, your peace of mind. Beyond competitive compensation, significant growth opportunities, and regular employee appreciation celebrations, we also offer a range of benefits and resources for you to connect, balance, grow and thrive throughout your career. That's why we're pleased to share these great benefits with our full- and part-time (up to 30 hours per week) employees. Benefits may vary by individual location and the average number of hours worked.
Learning Care Group is committed to being an employer of choice and has many benefit options available to full- and part-time associates, including:
There is nothing bad I can say about their benefit packages. The company definitely has the workers best interest in mind as well as range of pay
Health insurance was high
Health insurance is expensive, they match 1% on 401K, which was just announced, and the paid holidays are a joke. Company in general is a joke.
The benefits are pretty good but very hard to get access to. Logging into the website can be a hassle trying tot figure out what your login info is and getting a hold of someone to give it to you is a lot of work and very time consuming. Takes several days for them to get back to you or put you in connection with the right people.
Benefits are costly. Pay is good but you don’t take anything home after benefit deductions.
Great options for health insurance, paid days off and paid holidays. Educational benefits up to $1000 a year. Participation in scholarship programs for college degrees. Free CDA credential education for teachers. Discounted child care.
Good life insurance, options for other benefits. However, the short-term disability company they use, UNUM, was the WORST ever. Colleague had surgery and it was like pulling teeth to get his benefits!
Company offers decent benefits package.
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.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.