Big Lots Benefits



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  • Jun 30, 2015
    Former Furniture Manager in Wichita, Kansas

    The insurance is good and affordable. I had Blue Cross coverage for Medical and Dental at an 80/20 split for a male 40+ costing about $14 a week. The eye coverage is next to useless as few places accept it. Only a few private practices in this area accepted it and I found it cheaper to pay out of pocket at Walmart and the like than it was to use the insurance at the places that accepted it. They pay time and a half for overtime and holiday pay. You will rarely receive much overtime, however. 2 weeks paid vacation, +1 at 5 years and +1 at 10 years. These can be hard to use reliably, however, due to blackout times. Even the top bonuses are paltry and it's hard to qualify for even the lower level ones. You can expect less than a $1000 dollars a year in bonuses. I was one of the few that even received bonuses in my entire area.

  • Jul 25, 2015
    Former reciever in Columbus, Ohio

    401's company assisted health care one weeks vacation after a year 6 sick days holiday pay Health care programs are good but can hit you in the pocket for families.

  • Jun 17, 2015
    Current Associate Manager in Houston, Texas

    The benefits are good and cheap. The only problem is that you only make enough to cover the cost of the insurance and not able to use it unless you have another job.

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