I was part time so I did not have any benefits that I'm aware of
The ability to attain scholarships is useful, however many full-time associates complain that the healthcare packages are bad.
Insurance coverage mediocre and copays are high. Pretty high deductibles. Exclusions for many treatments- even medically necessary ones.
401k, 4 weeks of vacation, employee discounts & book loan privileges, long-term disability, discounts with other service providing companies, life insurance for managers
The employee discount is pretty good. I get 30% off most items in the store. and You also get a discount off your verizon bill, which is nice
Very comprehensive and affordable even for young college students. But no benefits whatsoever for part-time.
There are no benefits, you have to practically live there to be considered for any benefits. Any "commission" earned is often only won by those who cheat the millionaires club system.
I work part time, so I don't qualify for most of the benefits. The primary benefit for me working there is the 30% discount I receive as an employee, and first dibs on products.
For all employees, the cell phone discounts are really nice: up to 22% off major carriers! The in-store discount is also pretty good: 30% off, which means you can often get books and geek gear at online prices without waiting for shipping. Associates are also offered Retirement Savings Plans,Payroll Savings Plans, Pet Insurance, and College Scholarships. Additionally, part-timers working at least 20 hours a week are eligible for additional benefits, such as whole life and short-term disability insurance. Full-timers say good things about the health and dental insurance options, but I've not yet had to use them as I'm covered by my spouse. Paid vacation is 1 week after you've worked for them a year, and 2 weeks after you've worked there two years. You don't accrue additional weeks until you've been there seven years or more, but you do get 2 paid personal days a year.
As a part-time employee I received little to no benefits. They have a program to help employees who go through a crisis, however.