What is the chance of going from part time to full time
A salary, terrible health benefits very costly, no unemployment insurance, no raises until after 2018.
The opportunity to learn about the company and staff
There wasn't a lot available to part-time workers so I don't remember having any.
Answered - Sub-Case Aide (Former Employee) - East Orange, NJ
Medical insurance cost more than your wages and the employees are not pleasant to work with. A lot of drama.
401(k), sprint discounts, discount health coverage,
Answered - Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Very good benefits, including health insurance and dental, an excellent retirement plan.
Answered - Direct Service Professional (Current Employee) - Killen, AL
Answered - Childcare/Recreation Manager (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Sick days and puplicholidays
Answered - Landscaping Technician (Former Employee) - Mather, CA
Heath care, 401K
Answered - Intensive Case Manager (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY