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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 some of it was outdated though.”
not really a bad thing , it is a small business so not much room to offer benefits
The biggest benefit is the flexibility of being able to take time off. There are no included insurance plans that I’m aware of.
The hours are really flexible, and I am not sure about the 401 because I was under 18 when I worked there. You do get some bonus sometimes. Don't expect too much
Well to be fair this is in fact a part time job, so if one is expecting benefits, they might want to look elsewhere. Still a great part time job that I enjoyed.
It's a part time gig, so if one is expecting benefits they'll be extremely difficult to come by I can imagine.
part time workers receive no significant benefits
There are no benefits because the position for Math Instructor I is part-time
Not very generous. Hourly rate not great. Full time salary barely adequate...especially if your center is not a top center or just starting up.
Not generous. Other than basic medical, not much. Compensation is barely adequate especially if your center is small. Part time rate low.
As a part time employee, I was able to make my own schedule pretty much, and I got bonuses in my paycheck 1x/month for customers I got to come in and then sign up. My kids were also able to attend the program free of charge.
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