Pays a lot into retirement plan
Great benefits package, though pay is low unless you are in a senior director or higher position.
Most YMCAs nationwide participate in the Y Retirement Fund, which provides a relatively stable return (2-5%) each year, even during during down market years. Every retiree I know raves about it.
I haven't had a chance to ask for time off, but right now I don't need it anyway. I don't have a 401k or health insurance, but after all, I am part-time.
I did not receive any benefits other than a gym membership as I was part time.
Free Membership and flexible work schedule!
Benefits are a excellent part of this career
- free membership - family membership discounts - discounts around community - class discounts
There are no benefits for working here. Even if you are full time they will work very hard to make sure that you do not get benifits
full coverage health insurance only if you are willing to work 100 hours a week!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.