Not awesome. Standard benefits - health, dental, vision - depending on the package you want will determine how much comes out of your paycheck. 401K is offered but no matching so you are better off starting a retirement plan elsewhere. PTO accrual is SLOW.. 3.33 hrs per 2 weeks. With the mandatory 4 days FT employees had to take off for the holidays, an employee had to give up nearly 6 months of PTO. There is no continuing education reimbursement. They do not support their BCBAs for conferences and CEUs. A small cell phone reimbursement which doesn't nearly cover the amount you need to use your phone, data, and messaging. I use my phone more for work than personal. An employee cannot get paid time for jury duty or bereavement until employed for a year. PCFA has no interest in being competitive with benefits or salary.
It does not apply to people unless they are full-time with the acception of accumulated sick pay based on the hours you work.
The best thing is that employees accrue more hours of PTO the longer they stay with the company. The worst thing is that medical benefits are not 100% covered; you must pay a monthly % of the total between $35-120 as an individual.
The best thing is that more PTO time accrues over the years that you are employed. The worst thing is that you must contribute your medical insurance every month; it is not 100% covered.
PTO takes FOREVER to accrue.
There is nothing good about the benefits. The health insurance offered is just okay unless you want to pay A LOT of money to upgrade to a PPO. There are no sick days. No jury duty/bereavement days until you are with the company for a year. You only earn 3.33 hours of PTO per 2 week pay period. PCFA does no 401K matching, so there's no reason to use their retirement program. You get the minimum 10 Federal holidays off. There is no professional development for BCBAs trying to maintain their certification. The benefits are very, very minimal.
There are no benefits for part time employees.
As a part-time employe working 25-27 hours a week, was never able to qualify for any insurance or PTO benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.