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What Benefits does Necco offer its employees?

You share the cost of some benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision) and Necco provides other benefits to you at no cost (Basic Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance and Long-Term Disability.) In addition, there are voluntary benefits with reasonable group rates that you can purchase through payroll deductions (Short Term Disability, Voluntary Life, Accident and Hospital Indemnity). •Medical - Anthem PPO and HSA •Dental and Vision - Lincoln •Voluntary Short-Term Disability and Employer Paid Long Term Disability - Lincoln •Voluntary Accident and Hospital Indemnity - Allstate •Employer‐Paid & Voluntary Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance - Lincoln

Yes, every employee is issued a laptop to use while employed by the company.

To help you prepare for the future, Necco sponsors a 401(k) plan through Fidelity Investments as part of its benefits package. As a full-time employee, you may start participating in this plan on the 91st day of full-time employment. Part-time employees are now eligible to participate in the 401(k) plan - this excludes PRN employees and interns.

Necco will match up to 3% of your salary. You must be enrolled and making your own contributions to receive the company match. By saving on a before‐tax basis, you reduce the taxes you pay today and delay paying taxes on the money you save AND the money that grows in your account, until you withdraw the money from your account. Necco also offers a Roth IRA, wherein you pay the taxes today and avoid paying when you withdraw the money at retirement.

Necco contributes $1,200 per year into employee’s Flexible Savings Accounts (F.S.A). These contributions will be deposited bi-weekly in the amount of $46.15.

All full-time employees are eligible for 20 days of vacation and 10 sick days per year. Employees accrue PTO at a rate of 5 days of vacation and 2.5 sick days per quarter granted on the first day of each quarter.  Part-time employees are eligible for five PTO days per year.  

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Christmas Eve – ½ Day

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New Year’s Eve – ½ Day

After the completion of one year of employment, full-time employees in good standing, and who receive Supervisor approval, will be reimbursed for the cost of classes up to $2,500 in a calendar year. After two years of employment, the amount of assistance will be increased to $4,000 per calendar year.

What can I expect from Necco?

Within the first 90 days of employment the new employee will participate in the following:

  1. New Employee Orientation Training Program.

  2. State/Program Specific Training (Number of hours may differ based on state/office).

Yes, Necco is an equal opportunity employer with no room for hate.  Employment decisions are made without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, religion, marital status, disability, military service or veteran status, genetic or carrier status, or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.  Our management is dedicated to ensuring the fulfillment of this policy with respect to hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, recruitment advertising, pay, and other forms of compensation, training, and general treatment during employment. 

What to know about Necco

Necco has offices in Ohio, Kentucky, Georgia, West Virginia, and Indiana. Our headquarters is located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. Visit our Locations page for a more detailed list.

Necco is devoted to helping kids and families. Founded in 1996 as a provider of in-home therapeutic foster care, Necco has grown into a multi-state child welfare organization offering a broad array of services, including Adoption, Foster Care, Mental Health Counseling, Independent Living and Residential Living. Each of these service lines employs the most innovative programs and treatment approaches designed to equip children with the tools they need to live fulfilling, purpose-driven lives.

To learn more about each line of service, visit our About Necco page.

Necco's mission is simple; We Build Families. The six pillars we use to support that mission are:

  1. The Power of Families

  2. Meritocracy

  3. Entrepreneurship

  4. Organizational Learning

  5. Measurable Results

  6. Financial Sustainability

Visit our Mission & Values page to learn more about the six pillars and the role they play in our company.

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