You get bonuses if you help eliminate negative behaviors. Every 3- 4 months. You only get 2 or 3 days vacation after you become a registered behavior technician.
Health Insurance, 401K, Vision/Dental, PTO
The benefits are pretty good, insurance wise.
It's basic. You get medical, dental, and vision insurance, but you pay a little to get those. It's not cheap
it is not a mandatory package
401k match at this type of work place is unexpected, and sadly, not taken advantage of by most therapists. This is likely due to the fact that most therapists are right out of school and don't see the value of saving right now or don't understand the 401k program.
The benefits package itself is decent. However, if you're getting employed by a new site, if your site manager doesn't know what she's doing, you may not get signed up after your 4 weeks to get your health benefits package. So make your you stay in touch with corporate and ask questions! Also, read your new employment contract THOROUGHLY before signing.
There were some beneficial things. The two weeks off for christmas are horrible. Theres some other paid holidays which can be beneficial. Just depends how you view things. Think strongly about this company.
Best: Opportunity for direct staff to bank PTO by working events throughout the year. Worst: Employee pays half of insurance, salaried employees have no way to earn extra PTO, start off with very few PTO days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.