The business offers a lot to both part time and full time workers. If i remember right they even offered dental insurance
They auto enroll you into benefits. If you don't decline, you are out of money as the company is unwilling to negotiate and come to a compromised solution. Due to the number of employees, you had to request time off weeks in advance. You can call out 3 times in a calendar year, otherwise, you got in trouble. It is a nice package for those who need it, and available to those who are part time.
The best thing is it’s easy to manage over the ADP site. The worst thing is that there is salary could be higher. That said, I did not apply to a higher position in the company.
PT employees get access to vision and dental insurance but no access to medical.
Training was so unrelated to the actual job and most of the class I started with quit in the first 1 or 2 weeks. No clear training outline or guidance from instructor. Mainly a bunch of self guided computer courses that you just click through to get them over with. Not for me.
If you stay long enough, the benefits are reasonable. Try to get hired as full time for better benefits.
Three affordable options and they provide a savings match on the low cost HSA plan as well.
Medical benefits are a little more expensive
All was good, Nothing bad
Decent health insurance, great vision/dental, 401k, but when you go FT you take a pay hit to "offset" the benefits cost
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.