Benefits are offered. Based on what time of benefit being selected you may not be able to use the benefit if you have not worked for a minimum of 12 months. For example, a week of paid vacation is earned after working 52 weeks. That creates a lot of burnout. Lots of availability to earn continuing education credit towards Childhood Development Certificate.
The benefits for anyone outside of Northern VA in the VA area are a joke. I would have had to take off work, and drive at least 2 hours north of where I lived to see a specialist. The pay was so low I couldn't afford to take the time off to see a doctor.
The are a lot of insurance to choose from but keep in mind that will be deducted from your final paycheck. Every year you can change your insurance. Also if you have a child 2 and above, you get a 20% discount. Food is definitely provided for employees but you can't eat your own food in the class
They will pay for CDA, or other college credits. Can get a raise after 3 to 6 months.
No sick time they don't care if u are sick, good vacation plan , medical plan is very expensive for what you get paid, cheaper nplan needs
You have to accrue time to get time off. The first year, you may get one-two days paid off. Only after working there for about 5 years do you get 1 to 2 weeks paid time off. Health insurance was through Kaiser Permanente and was not good.
Match 401K, FSA, Vision, Dental, Health, but your portion is high
Dental, 401K, Health benefits, School reimbursment
No vacation accrued for non lead teachers, I don't believe 401k was offered to me, you have tho be in management for those perks.
I disliked everything. Benefits were horrible, you don't get anything. The barely get a vacation or any days off unless your mom is dying but they probably would deny it then.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.