This is part time work so tutors do not receive benefits.
There are no benefits for teachers/tutors since we are all part-time workers. Hours depend on the number of students enrolled and the number of teachers employed.
There was no benefits package that I was aware of. I was told that it would be better if I just got on my spouse's insurance.
Scheduling days off wasn't difficult, but that was about it. There is never full time work.
There are no benefits. The equipment is outdated and broken, but management will not reinvest into the business, because that is money that isn't going into their wallets.
Working at Sylvan Learning Center, all teachers are part-time other than directors. Therefore, there are no benefit packages.
Part-Timers weren't really offered anything as far as benefits go. So much as I was aware of. I got a packet that I went over upon getting hired but for any doing less than something like 25-30 hours a week, there wasn't anything on offer.
The worst thing is the low starting pay ($12/hr) and the fact that they pay monthly, Other than that everything is alright.
Insurance is expensive so I have to get the HMO.
There were no benefits offered through Sylvan. There were teachers that had worked there for almost 20 years with no benefits or raises.
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