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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 insurance was good with a large network.
Great pay per hour, but never got a raise in three years of teaching despite great student reviews. Paid mileage and drive time when travel is required.
Benefits are phenomenal. Great mefical, dental, and vision for reasonable price. Company 401k match and FSA accounts are nice perks too. Company does a great job of informing you of plan options.
Great employee discounts on tutoring programs, great maternity/paternity plan and tuition reimbursement
They offer a fairly comprehensive package, but none of it is particularly good, at least at mid and low level. The health insurance is so-so, and the jump from basic to mid-level insurance is exorbitant, considering the meager increase in coverage. It's worth it if you plan on spending lots of time at the doctor or need lots of prescriptions, but otherwise it's a rip off. This was put in place to "encourage" less "unneeded" spending by employees.
Great way for anybody to get paid while learning and having fun. Best part-time job any student can have while going to school. Super flexible hours. Most of your work will be on campus, with the weekly meeting to check in with your supervisor. Independent work that is paid as long as you have those out of office hours approved by your manager. If you manage to develop a system and form connections all over campus you will have no trouble gaining extra money through commissions ($/course).
The are no company perks other than basic benefits. Health insurance for additional family members is extremely expensive (more than double the cost to add one person). The company does offer a full benefits package, though: health, dental, vision, life, and 401k. Vacation time is earned on a monthly basis. FT employees get 10 paid vacation days and 9 paid personal days per year. After 5 years of service, the numbers increase. There are discounts on tutoring and courses available, but exact discounts and benefits were at the discretion of local management without any firm policy in place.
It works; but there are only a couple of options. No real complaints, but nothing super fancy about it.
Multiple options for medical insurance with great network through Blue Cross Blue Shield. Never had a problem covering anything.
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