Varsity Tutors Benefits
- Dominican Republic
- All Employees
- Part Time
- Per Diem
- Full Time
- Self Employed
Our benefits package is designed to support our employees both on and off the job. Our subsidized health plan options (medical, vision, and dental) give you the flexibility to choose the best coverage options for you and your family. We offer HDHP or PPO plans that best fit your needs.
The world of work is different now, and has shifted primarily to remote work environments. Varsity Tutors offers fully remote work options and provides employees with company-issued laptops, software, and other technologies that allow employees to do their best work.
We promote the wellness of our employees and understand the need to disconnect from work to focus on personal priorities. Varsity Tutors offers an Employee Assistance Program, Maternity and Parental Leave, and Paid Time off, including a floating holiday that employees can use on their birthday or any other day of the year.
We’re lifelong learners and believe our employees should have access to the same learning experiences we provide our clients. As a full-time employee, you’ll receive 52 hours/year of 1-on-1 tutoring and free classes for your household, plus discounted rates for friends and family.
Which benefits does Varsity Tutors provide?
Current and former employees report that Varsity Tutors provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 205 comments
- Work From Home(89 comments)
“They provide a Mac laptop.”
- Reduced or Flexible Hours(9 comments)
“I completely got to choose my hours and days. As a part-time worker in college, this was a huge perk.”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(8 comments)
“PTO and floating holidays - encourage to use it!”
Great opportunity, Wish they offered more money for the time we put in.
Great PTO and floating holiday options.
Insurance was pretty good if you didn’t smoke cigarettes .
good coverage and flexible PTO
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There are HMO and PPO options. 401k matching.. Overall good benefits.
Great benefits. I really like the benefits.
Flex PTO and ok health insurance.
fully remote, flexible time off, decent insurance
Employee Only Medical HSA premium is great.
The benefits are good to use