There are many benefits that come with working for the company. Paid time off when working 35 hours a week. Insurance and 401k that matches a large amount. As well, the company has perks with vendors so that the employee gets a discount utilizing the vendor services.
401k was a great option they matched the dollar up to 6%
Good deals on food, access to a lot of training material, ability to buy shoes. Access to the Darden Dimes fund where you donate a specific amount from your paycheck in case of any employee disaster in the whole company. Sadly you have to wait at least a year to apply for insurance.
No real benefits unless you're full time which you're pretty much not allowed to get to full time hours unless they have no other options then they'll work you to death.
I wasn't very familiar with any of the benefits they offered I was a part time employee but I'm pretty sure they have awesome benefits that will work for each individual
401K plan available, health, dental, vision provided from day one with coverage dependent on part-time/full-time status. Bereavement, displacement & hardship assistance available to all employees (through an application process).
You got 50% before or after your shifts, with a 25% off all darden restaurants. getting a day off was like asking for a million bucks. changing availability was like telling them you hate them
This was my first job, at a young age at honestly did not look into their benefits, I simply saw it as my "first job."
No real benefits until you've been with the company for a year and have to be a full-time employee.
I don't work 30 hours, so I am ineligible for any benefits provided by my employer. However, I have heard that the healthcare packages are a joke, especially for employees with families. My friend went through a pregnancy with Bahama Breeze's healthcare and had to find an outside healthcare package.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.