The employee discount is one of the best in my own opinion. As you move up from a regular sales associate to a jean expert and stylists the perks are even better.
This is based solely off if your managers like you, and where you are on the food chain. It’s BS.
Was not given a lot of hours through the week. The discounts were great.
No real benefits for part time employees, honestly, they minimize full time employees so that they don't have to give benefits. We do get 1 hour of sick pay for every 40 hours worked, but this is mandated by Seattle, not AEO,
I worked there for 30 years and earned great benefits. I need 20 words but I have nothing else to say.
They’re flexible with timing when it comes to giving or taking shifts between coworkers. Every store is different, @ my store I got 60% discount on all my clothing.
health insurance, 401k, opportunities to invest in stock in the company w/ matchback
Really great dental & medical coverage for my family and easy to navigate.
- 401k only matched up to 2.5% - They sell you on bonus potential when they make an offer but don’t tell you that you’ll only qualify if your boss gives you an “exceeds expectations” on your yearly review. - healthcare costs are average. Cigna and Aflac offered. - Maternity leave is 6 or 8 weeks paid. They will not pay for your healthcare during this time. You only get 1 extra paid week if you’ve been there over 2 years. Instead of working moms, they prioritize full benefits for transgenders. - corporate employees get 40% off full cost items, 25% off sale items - Work from home only given to favorites. Also depends on boss. No flex scheduling. Lots of old school leaders there think you need to be in the office working 24/7 and be in the office as much as possible.
The best thing was the 30% off employee discount.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.