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“You're allowed to WFH really anytime but you need to communicate it with your manager.”
“It's an online company so you work when you need to but your evenings and weekends are honored; I personally start really early in the morning, commute to the office and finish out the business day. ”
“You constantly have support and online training. Any time there is a new function you have the ability to be trained on it! ”
The best thing about PL's benefits is the company's contribution to our health, dental, and vision insurance. They also just added a partnership with One Medical so I was able to sign up without the annual fee!
For employees, the medical/dental coverage is very good and the costs are reasonable.
Health, Dental, Vision, Short-Term Disability. They try to be above market and I find the plan to work well for my family. Really, really good for a growth company.
As a remote tech we had no benefits at all. Even overtime was hard to come by.
The best perk is that you make your own schedule and you work from home. This is the most flexible job I have ever had. There is also a mentoring program when you first start. You are assigned a mentor within the company who guides you through your first few months. However, the clinicians are hired as independent contractors and do not receive any benefits.
There are no benefits if you work as a therapist for Presence Learning, except working from home.
The best benefits package a company has ever offered me (I'm not sure what the offers are for part-time workers; this is based on my full-time position). Company pays for dental, vision, some life insurance, disability, commuter benefits, and the bulk of many health care plans. Every employee can see an itemized bill detailing what the company pays per month vs. what the employee's monthly fees are. A few health plans are at no monthly cost to the employee as well. At this company, I can afford to go PPO if I so desire. They also offer stock options and allow you to work from home sometimes. The sick leave/vacation policy is take-what-you-need, but be aware that they revolve around the standard school year so fall/winter is hectic, and spring/summer are really the optimal seasons to get away.....this time off system is based on a mutually respectful understanding that you won't leave the company in the lurch when they really need you. Bottom line: generous company, and it reflects in everything they do.
No benefits...You have to find your own health insurance, do your own quarterly taxes, plan your own 401K, etc., and supply all of your own office supplies. I'm not sure that the hourly pay adequately covers the difference that a salaried, benefited position covers.
Vacation time is not limited to a certain number of days, but rather up to each individual as long as he/she gets all his/her work done. Full health care is given to employee at no additional charge. Signing bonus came with the offer.
There isn't any benefits. You do have the potential to earn reinbursement for cross licensure around $200.00 one time pay then 120.00 each year for maintaining the license. However, you have to service students within that state in order to recieve reimbursement.
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