Health insurance offered for full time workers after 90 days. Paid time off after a certain period.
Not much as a part time employee, associate discount is nice though.
The cost of having some of these plans were not worth the time of having it. I wouldn't recommend any part of this company to anyone looking for a job.
There really were not any kind of perks or benefits at Books a Million. For the management, I assume there were better perks, but for my position, there were none.
Book check out program is great.
Best thing is definitely the employee discount, which not only works at Books-A-Million, but at 2nd & Charles, Books & Co., Joe Muggs Coffee, and Yogurt Mountain. Also, there is a mobile phone discount, which is awesome for part-time workers who are in college.
It is only available for full-time employees, while it is great that they provide this for them the part-timers that don't make a lot would benefit from having access to the benefits offered by BAM.
full time employees get dental, vision, health, and retirement. everyone gets 30% off store purchases, and discounts with verison, at&t, sprint, and t-mobile. they also have a scholarship for their employees.
Considering the small amount that their hourly workers make, the insurance is very expensive. It costs almost $100 a month which as a full time workers is more than 10% is my take home pay.
The best part about the benefits package is that they do provide health insurance for full-time employees. The worst part is that the pay scale is quite poor when you start out as a bookseller or cafe associate.