PTO is great! Week off between Christmas and New Years paid. Health benefits are ok. 401k does not match.
The best benefit would be paid one week off during the Christmas break and most major holidays. All the other benefits were rather poor. Very few VIP (Vacation, Illness, Personal) days offered, considering how often you can get sick, not to mention that life also happens. The medical benefits were offered but rather too expensive. The discount for a child care applies only after you work for 5 years, and even then the child care is too expensive. The annual raise doesn't depend on your performance but, it's rather standard across the board so if you worked hard you get the same as someone who has been slacking (not fair).
Health Insurance and additional compensation options, but poor salary.
You get health insurance if you are a full time employee.
The compant does not Not match your 401K
The benefits were expensive and not reasonable considering how low the pay was.
Paid time off and nonexistent benefits.
Health insurance provided by the school is widely accepted. You get 12 vacation, illness and personal days throughout the school year and can trade in pins (employee reward system) for other perks. You also get a discount on childcare if you have children.
This company offers many benefits but many are employee paid. They do contribute to Health Insurance Premiums and they do offer some good plans with excellent support, but premiums are still pretty high. You get personal time off, benefits, there is a 401k. It seems that HR is always trying to add some affordable benefit when they can and HR often does raffles or contests when promoting the benefits. There is a lot of information available. They also offer large child care discounts for employees and after 5 years, you can get child care for free which is amazing. We also have off the week between Christmas and New Year that is paid for salaried employees which is great.
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