Standard insurance coverage. It’s rather expensive but par for the course.
Vacation even if part time after 2 years get PTO and holiday pay
Health insurance cost goes up every year. Coverage decreases each year. Deductibles are high and prescription plans force you to use Bi-Lo pharmacies to get best deal.
As a part-time employee, the only benefit I receive is a 5% discount on groceries. It's a little disappointing to be honest.
5% off all purchases for exmployees.
You get a 5% off discount, even if you're part time. Also, after working for at least 2 years, you earn some vacation hours. But you aren't offered any other benefits if you're part time.
The best part is we can get coverage through our employer
The insurance was good; I had it through Blue Cross Blue Shield and it was a lot cheaper than the insurance I have now with my husband-- Cigna. Good benefits, good paid vacation, holiday, and sick leave.
Benefits are available for the most part,only for full time employees and their families.in most cases one can only afford the minimum because it comes out your pay and if your not making enough hours or money one can't afford to insure family members..it's mandatory as a full time ass to have some kind of insurance and sign up yearly by certain time , it is also strongly advised you take a company screening or they will automatically start withdrawing a fee from your check to some a surprise later on down the line when they realize it because there is no real mention of it because one does not know to even ask. Like I said for the most part the benefits are there but only for full time employees being that most of the employees are part time I would say don't count on benefits with this company and if so hope you make enough to afford it for you and yours this was not the case for me.
Part time employees don't get benefits
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