They have so many great benefits. They have awesome insurance, discounted meals, tuition reimbursement, maternity leave, and a free gym with trainers. Your schedule can be flexible but if you're all out of points and you get sick it can be very hard to get someone to cover for you.
Benefits are fantastic. Time off and flexibility are excellent here.
Great wellness center, phone plan. No HSA contribution.
1-800 Contacts does a fantastic job to provide benefits to the point where associates can focus on their career and jobs. There are the standard benefits (Insurance, 401k match, etc) but also others such as a fantastic on-site grille with subsidize restaurant-quality food, an amazing wellness program and various activities and events to recognize their employees and provide support in ways beyond traditional benefits packages.
1-800 Contacts' benefit plan is very great. Their medical plan is very affordable and has some amazing programs built into it. The onsite eye clinic is amazing! I never have to worry about my eye care needs or when I am going to fit that in. The other benefits that are offered are amazing too...401(k), company events, onsite grille, wellness center, tuition assistance, sand volleyball court, game room, basketball court, etc. So many great perks and benefits to the 1-800 Contacts name.
It was available to those who work 30+ hours
The 401k isn't bad for a call center company. Their time off is pretty good too. You can use PTO and earn points to take days off paid or unpaid.
The onsite grill and onsite gym (with personal training) are amazing.
1-800-CONTACTS treats their employees as well as their customers -- AWESOME!
Associate parties, and onsite activities are amazing. Onsite gym, free personal training, reduced pricing on-site grill, game room, and lots of options on insurance and saving money. A daycare would be nice for working parents to be close to little kids (especially when nursing which is much easier and faster than having to pump), but I know that is a big thing to ask.
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