Best: Types of Insurances (Including Pet Insurance), 401k, PTO, Sick Day, Tuition Reimbursement, etc. Worst: Having to be full-time in order to obtain benefits and 401k doesn't kick in until after your first year.
The benefits are sub-par. Nothing too great about it, but nothing terrible either.
Need to wait for one year for the 401k
As a part time associate, working full time hours some weeks, I got no benefits other than base pay, overtime 1.5x pay over 40 hours, and the store discount.
Employee discount is great, 60% on the normal time and 70% off four times a year.
Nice work, life balance- good benefits
No benefits to pat time workers.
Expensive but decent coverage. Flexible spending accounts are available, along with dependent care. Commuter benefits are available as well.
Friendly Workplace and Work Life Balance Offered
There aren't many opportunities for part-time employees.
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