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“3 plans are offered ”
“fair 401k plan with TPR”
“Keep track of your own and know exactly what is going on or managers will use more than what you need ”
Health care benefits through Blue Cross Blue Shield are good. The price for the benefits is also good. The 401k plan and match are competitive.
PTO and Federal holidays, 401k.
There aren't any benefits for contract employees. It's true contract work. Those who work for the office or corporate full time can get benefits. 2 Stars because the hourly wage is solid, which partially makes up for it.
the 401K match does not vest at all until you are at the company for 2 years
Some Good benefits yesterday but with each year they slowly strip away the paint sealing the benefits package
The Princeton Review offers absolutely no benefits to its part time teaching staff. Payment is based solely on hours worked. On a case by case basis, it might pay for travel time.
The matching 401K might be the best benefit. The medical/dental/vision insurance is standard.
Health insurance options are good. Vacation time is plenty. Time off request process is quick and easy.
Mediocre health insurance benefits, employer 401k match could be better, and all bonuses are awarded on the basis of office/company performance.
There was no benefits package as this was a part time job, mainly for high school and college age students.
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