Benefits are decent. Good health and dental. Employees have to pay a lot for it. Generous vacation, personal, holiday and sick days.
Medical, dental, vision, and 403(b) is included in the benefits plan. There is no company match on the retirement benefits.
Summer hours is wonderful
There are a number of benefits offered, including sick time, vacation, personal days. The cost has been reasonable in comparison to benefits offered by my spouse's employer.
The worst thing about the benefits package is that the salaries at the March of Dimes are not competitive to others in the nonprofit industry
Great health benefits, flexible work schedule, excellent time off allotment.
Moms won’t lose their job while on leave- they allow you take to up to 6 months. However, they only pay for 6 weeks of maternity leave- the rest is totally unpaid and you also have to pay your share of your health insurance while you’re out (when you’re making zero dollars). For the industry, this leave package is sadly standard but for an organization focused solely on the health of moms and babies, this is absolutely ridiculous and disrespectful of its employees.
Average; may be ok for the non-profit world.
The company is adding more employee engagement opportunities, such as getting paid 8 hours to volunteer. They are also adding the carry over vacation option.
Health benefits are so expensive that if I would have opted in, half of my check would have gone to pay for the monthly costs.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.