Company contributions matching employee 401k contributions.
There are several options, lower cost in-network only or higher cost more flexible
no benefits for part time
401 k, great health insurance and benefits, paid time off, great management, holiday pay
Decent health care but the price was constantly increasing in the last few years. Time off is standard—two weeks to start, three weeks after five years, four after 10. Health FSA but no dependent care. 3% 401K match. Love the 40% employee discount.
Holidays are the worst - there are almost none
Best part of the benefits with Barnes & Noble are the employee discounts, the PTO is accrued. I honestly don't know about their other benefits as I have separate healthcare currently.
The employee discount is great if your a book hoarder such as myself. Outside of salaried employees (of which I was not) there isn't really a "benefits package"
The overall package was good, the great organization you can always look upon to work and read at the same time with good benefits.
Pros: 401k w/ 4% company match, relatively affordable insurance, 20-40% discount, PTO. Cons: base pay. There are very few full-time positions available (my mid-size store has 3 that are non-management out of a staff of 30-40) and of the above "pros" only the discount applies to all part-time employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.