Low cost health insurance, they match your 401k up to 4%.
As a part time employee it is reasonable that most benefits are not included. The employess discount is pretty good considering how expensive textbooks are.
No real benefits package when you're a part-time employee
The best thing was having paid time off: I had 80 hours paid vacation, 24 hours paid sick day, and 48 hours paid personal time. The worst thing was the healthcare plan with United Health Care. I paid for a lot of routine things without any help from my insurance company. There was no local HR person to contact for questions-- you had to call home office.
The health and dental insurance were amazing.
As a Part-Time Employee the only benefits I have received was a yearly pay raise of .25 cents, training and employee discounts.
I am a part time seasonal employee, therefore I do not receive any benefits (health insurance, 401k, vacation, etc.)
With I knew more, haven't been here long, but the health insurance is suppose to be amazing.
There are actually no benefits offered because you'll only get as high as part time. Even if you're "Promoted" to supervisor, you will still continue to be part time. No benefits are offered except a 401k plan.
100 % matching 401k to 4%
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