I think that the benefits package is completely fair.
Pro: comprehensive medical, dental and vision with reasonable share of cost. Con: no employer match to 403b. Pro: good benefit options (HSA or FSA choices, for example), and good communication with the benefits leaders in payroll and the outside broker. Con: the vacation and sick time is very low. Sick time capped at 12 days is not enough to take care of someone with anything worse than the flu. Vacation time is only 10 days when most employers start new hires with twice that.
Benefits at RP is pretty average. There's nothing real special either way - just average. Medical, Dental, Vision, medical & dependent care flex spending, transit and parking flex spending accounts, and an HSA option on medical. The all-in-one debit card for the various flex spending and HSA is a huge plus - no need to carry multiple debit cards for different programs. The biggest issue most employees mention is that there is no match to the employee's 403b retirement savings. Vacation and Sick time are separate, and the thresholds are REALLY low. We can only hold 160 hours of vacation time and 96 hours of sick time. But at least they give it. Many non-profits only provide Sick time when required by a specific city or state.
There are decent measures in place for time off as well as some flexibility to work from home. Health insurance is a bit pricey but fairly comprehensive. Retirement benefits are lacking.
As an AmeriCorps member you receive a Segal education award worth about $5,850, student loans can be put on hold during your term of service and the Corporation for National and Community Service will also pay for the interest accrued during your term. We also get good health insurance, and receive stipend regardless of the amount of days or hours worked in a pay period, so school vacations (with the exception of summer) are paid for.
No retirement plan provided to employees Best thing was there great flex opportunities
Because it was a AmeriCorps position, you didn't directly get a benefits package from Reading Partners.
PTO is not great, but you get one week off during winter and one week off during summer
Good health insurance, and as an AmeriCorps member you qualify for government assistance. Time off is done through a banking system, so you are able to work more hours to take more days off around holidays.
Ok vacation time - 10 days at your choosing and 10-12 days when the company closes; no 401K; good health benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.