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“Very flexible hours, however, scheduling depends on your skill as a math instructor. If you can't live up to expectations, you may not get as many hours as you want.”
“Very understanding if you call in sick. There isn't a limit for these days.”
“Paid for Job Training and was very specific. some of it was outdated though.”
There are good raises and very understanding towards workers
Probably the best benefit of working at Mathnasium is that it's really possible to take time off for vacation, especially if you can find a substitute for your shifts. However, the only traditional benefit offered is sick leave.
The best thing about the package are the sick days! For a part time job, I wouldn't think these would ever be considered, but for every 40 hours of work put in, we earn one hour of sick pay, so I'd say that is the best aspect.
Mathnasium does not offer any benefits
Working as a tutor at Mathnasium helped me establish my passion for teaching and helped me develop foundational skills. But there is no benefit
No benefits per se... but my contract allowed a small raise every 6 months. Management was very understanding with my schedule I was able to get any day off with proper heads up.
There are no benefit packages,
The best thing about the benefits package is its overall resourcefulness and readiness in presenting said benefits to its employees.
There is no benefits package for tutors as they are all part-time employees.
There were no benefits outside of an hourly wage because it was a tutoring job. The tutoring schedule was posted two weeks at a time. I chose 4 stars because I was forced to chose some stars
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