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.
Current and former employees report that Varsity Tutors provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Best is the ability to work in your time zone as we have employees in every time zone. Nothing bad from working from home.”
“I completely got to choose my hours and days. As a part-time worker in college, this was a huge perk.”
“All time off is rolled into this allotment - sick, family sick, personal and vacation. Hard to plan a vacation and try to anticipate how many days you might need if you or your kids get sick towards the end of the year. ”
Good place to get experience in sales.
retention scheme to keep employees
Great health insurance, dental and vision, offers 401K. Only suggestion would be ability to have more time off.
Employee first benefits plan and offerings
Technical Account Manager
Being a woman in tech, I only recently started advocating for myself at work about advancement opportunities. Because of this I wanted to ask this question to my male counterparts. When you have 1:1's with your direct reports and talk about career growth / aspirations what is your managers’ response typically? I’d like to gauge how my experience (negative) differs from others. For instance are you met with blockades, enthusiasm, dread, etc?
Not much benefits since it's a contractor job
Limited options with healthcare - 1 expensive PPO and 1 affordable high deductible plan. They do match some HSA savings though.
Varsity Tutors Tempe office is state of the art. Has a kitchen, game area, a dozen private rooms for meetings, and is located near ASU's college campus. The 401k package was a 1/2 match by the company for whatever you put in. (ex. you put in $1,000, VT will put in $500). The health benefits were decent from what I remember.
Low salary, health insurance is not great if you have a family. Minimal time off for maternity leave
No benefits offered as tutor
No benefits offered at company