Paid holidays after 90 days Quarterly Bonus (performance based) Christmas Bonus Paid Snow Days and delayed openings Paid Vacation
No sick days. 1 week vacation after one year. 2 weeks after 2. And so on. Offered crappy insurance.
The only perk was PTO (Paid Time Off) and paid holidays. If you were part-time you didn’t receive any PTO.
No 401K, very little benefits. No room to move up in the company, they get very angry about any time off or if you are sick ever.
After one year of full time, you get one week paid off. No sick days, and you have to request time off two weeks in advance. They don't approve for major holidays.
No insurance provided, time off is strict the owners do show appreciation for staff
Best - excellent coverage depending on how many are enrolled Worst - last minute change price when not enough people
The benefits were expensive and did not cover much, therefore, I did not bother to purchase health insurance.
No Health Insurance for Teachers
I have come to know that there were no benefits offered except for some basic medical insurance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.