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“Nothing wrong with it I just dont need it now I need to cancel it please ”
“Have you train at home online for 40 hours, then you go in for orientation for them to tell you you’re not hired on completely until you pass the test they give you at the end of an 8 hour day. Which they rush through everything to “get you ready” for it. You also don’t get paid for any of the 40 hour training that you did at home until after the orientation. They also don’t train you to become a PARA EDUCATOR which they have you being one in the schools if you work school cases. You don’t do any behavioral technician duties or job tasks. Then refuse to give you the correct training and certifications to do you job correctly. ”
“It help out with bills”
Great health insurance coverage!
You have to work a consistent 120 hours weekly to be eligible for most benefits, you get no paid time off, the medical benefits are extremely expensive. The company doesn't have enough work most of the time for you to get your hours
Best: Flexibility Worst: Pay and Benefits
I like it because it help you with doctor bills
Not the best benefits however the time off was not bad.
Strong PTO program that continues to expand the longer you're with the company. Excellent external discount program as well.
Affordable healthcare difficult to qualify for
No paid time off
Don't expect any benefits. The higher ups are completely out of reality when it comes to be a BT. As a BT that works with school district clients; every month my medical benefits would be canceled because of students' attendance or no school days doesn't give you enough hours. In WA they are required to give us an hour of sick leave for every 40 hours worked. That is all you get. So it takes two weeks to earn an hour of sick leave.
The deductible for the health insurance plan was very high but they did have an HSA which helped
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