Good perks. I worked when it was part of IAC and they had solid benefits.
I was a contractor, so I didn't have any benefits. Unofficially, you can find some private tutoring gigs which can be very lucrative
401K is okay. Health benefits are fine. No tuition reimbursement or work/life balance.
Very comprehensive benefit offerings with varied options
Health care benefits through Blue Cross Blue Shield are good. The price for the benefits is also good. The 401k plan and match are competitive.
I'm not entirely sure about the benefits package as of yet but you can certainly ask for yourself, if that's something you are highly interested in. I was just in it for the flexible hours and because I LOVE teaching!
PTO and Federal holidays, 401k.
There aren't any benefits for contract employees. It's true contract work. Those who work for the office or corporate full time can get benefits. 2 Stars because the hourly wage is solid, which partially makes up for it.
the 401K match does not vest at all until you are at the company for 2 years
Some Good benefits yesterday but with each year they slowly strip away the paint sealing the benefits package
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.