The company offers several levels of health insurance in a cafeteria plan.They also offer a 401k and paid time off. Sales incentives and bonuses are also offered.
Great medical, dental, vision benefits incl HSA & FSA. Company contributes to 401k, paid vacay, and awards associates for healthy living choices like exercising regularly and not smoking. Other nice perks include employee discount programs, access to financial planning help, and resources available through Health Advocate on a variety of issues to help employees and their families. Diversity and inclusion are a priority and benefits extend to the LGBTQ community.
Health care is ok- 3 different plans to choose from.
3 weeks PTO after 2 years of service.
No benefits for part time employment
It does not exist. Perfect example of taking advantage of women in the work place.
health insurance, 401k , flexible hours
Benefits fairly typical for mid-size company. Flexible work arrangements (obviously you still have to get your work done). 401k fully vested with Company match from day-1. Healthcare average. Benefits limited for Part-time employees, like most companies. Great colleagues, willing to roll-up their sleeves and help out when needed.
Hours vary from too many diring peak holidays to basically none over the summer
As a PT retail merchandiser, there are no benefits. They do have a discount offer (very minimal) on some products like car insurance. If you want extended leave, depending on the market (area) you are in you may or may not have your position available for you when you want/can return to work. Regarding hours, they are flexible depending on the stores you are in. Some want you to be in as soon as they open or early AM with the freight team. Of course, there are required holiday store visits dates and times to go in, and required inventory (set dates and times). The holiday changeover is a little more flexible where you are given 3 set days to complete the store in that time frame. If you have several stores, this is a challenge when some stores require you to work at certain times. To the right person this is a fun job to do, but just keep in mind that those 30-hour holiday weeks, you still do not have any benefits (or very few).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.