We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including participation in a pre-tax commuter benefits program and partial reimbursement for monthly commuting expenses, gym reimbursement, cultural enrichment reimbursements, participation in the Teachers Retirement System pension program for teachers, frequent access to baked goods, and many opportunities to get to know your VOICE colleagues!
VOICE offered an untaxed metrocard as well as reimbursement for gym memberships. As a Classroom/Office Assistant I was offered medical and dental coverage, but not vision.
It's a plus that they offer decent benefits for hourly employees. It is a bit pricey but the company pays 60% off the close for assistants and I think 80% for salaried staff. Currently they offer Cigna but I know they are trying to switch insurance companies. As an hourly employee there is no 401k or retirement plans. There is only Medical and Dental. They have transportation benefits where they pay 20% of your cost.
Only get sick days equivalent to 40 hrs
Assistants are paid an hourly wage and do not have paid-time off, so the many breaks (winter break, spring break, mini spring break) usually mean a smaller check.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.