Summer vacation, 401k, spring break, winter break, some religious holidays off. Good health insurance plan. Overall good benefits.
Health Insurance, dental and 401B. You only get three personal days a year (It used to be only one personal day). Unlimited sick days (but they aren't actually unlimited). Maternity leave is only covered if you work there for a year before getting pregnant and short term disability can only be added to maternity leave if you sign up for it at least 6 months (don't quote me on that though) before conception. You really need to plan your pregnancy around your career.
Great medical and dental benefits.
The benefits package is not expensive and covers a wide range. Also it is accepted almsot everywhere. Many doctors have told me I have the absolute best coverage theyve ever seen from a patient. They also have an employee discount app that has a wide variety of coupons and special discounts on almost everything!
Discounts on everyday things, Free fitness classes, HSA $ that you keep.
You will get 12 days of PTO plus all holidays and breaks.
Excellent benefit package with retirement 403b account. Matching up to 3%. Great dental/vision/health care. Time off during school breaks
The first year I worked here health insurance was basically free, now it’s $90 per month. It’s pretty good, but most people who work at the org are under 25 so they are still on their parents health insurance for free
Benefits were good. Health care package was good, pre-tax transit was good. I also was able to get my masters degree paid for by SA, which was great.
Good: matching 403(b) contributions based on a vestment period (3 years for full 3%); great dental and medical coverage; great workplace benefits (coffee, food, snacks, etc.); discounts through Fond on many options; high bonus potential based on student achievement; guaranteed summer vacations. Bad: long hours (10-12 days are common); fast paced and often stressful due to driving student achievement and parent involvement; very direct/harsh managerial culture.