Scholastic does have really good benefits and they continue through the summer months even if you are on Summer Leave which is very helpful.
Health insurance isn't that bad, I would say average. You will not earn your commission if you are out on maternity or medial leave. The company keeps it.
Benefits are good, not as great as they used to be but that seems to be a sign of the times not specific to Scholastic.
Benefits package are very nice and are very competitive.
Best thing was the $25 copay to see a specialist, no referral needed. Worst: vision plan wasn't very good, very basic.
HRA & HSA Health accounts, Dependent care, Dental, Vision, Discounts at the Scholastic Book Store, Paid Holidays, most holidays off, Holiday Pay.
Direct deposit to bank account, fast simple, on time. If you stay late they will pay for dinner.
Comprehensive but hard to navigate online
There are no benefits for contract workers. They hire very few people for full time positions.
Benefits seemed expensive but I didn't need them since I had coverage thru my FT job.
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