401k, employee discount on almost all product, health insurance
Benefits looked good, being part did't qualify for many, but the one I did were good.
You only get benefits as full-time employee .
Price-- costs a lot for insurance.
The weekly deductions for single employee is about 22 dollars. It's really cheap! The insurance itself is GREAT. Covers about 90% after deductible, deductible is only 2000 and co pay is less than 30. It also covers pharmacy expenses. Amazing benefits package. Maternity leave could be better though.
As a seasonal employee I was not given a benefits package. Save for the employee discount which was thirty percent off purchases that had not already been marked down. What was nice was there was an employee appreciation week that lasted about eleven days where that discount was bumped up to forty percent. I used that time to buy Christmas gifts.
Not dissatisfied, I'm part time, so I don't get beneifits
Only full time employees get benefits these days. Changed with the recession.
If you're lucky enough you'll make just enough to still be applicable for SNAP and free health care, unless you become a lead and then you make just enough to receive no benefits but still not survive. There is a 401k, but you make minimum wage. If you're lucky enough to become permanent part-time employee this grants you vacation and sick days but the use of these days is extremely frowned upon regardless of how sick you are.
There are no benefits, only a 35% discount on merchandise in every store in the nation.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.