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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 ”
The benefits at The Princeton Review are fabulous. It is easy to underestimate how important this is, but the benefits are very employee friendly and flexible. Cost effective as well.
Decent medical coverage and 401k package. Hard to understand PTO/Vacation. Always felt like managers were fudging numbers
decent matching, time off, etc. Can be difficult to navigate but HR is always open to discuss the options and help you out.
The company has a standard 401k match, and the vacation time is pretty decent - start out with 10 vacation days and 9 personal days, but after 3 years it increases to 15 vacation days. If you work in corporate, you have the flexibility to work from home/remotely.
Good benefits. As medical goes , it ain't bad. Also long term and short term disability paid by the company. 401k match could be better (50%of the first 5%)
It was mostly fine; time off was sometimes quite difficult due to the demanding seasonal nature of the job. Could join classes for free or greatly reduced! This included GRE/GMAT/LSAT (very helpful).
There is no benifits
Health insurance is not a high levels so deductibles are high and pay is not great
Lots of options, very expensive
Benefits for full timers: medical, dental, vision Benefits for teachers: bonuses
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