Overall the company offers good benefits for part-time employees: few hours required to qualify-which is nice, extends to dependents, life insurance that costs little to nothing a pay check.
The food that is served.
Helped with having food covered, didn't need much else. Pretty much have to work overtime to receive any type of benefits.
The best part about The Cheesecake Factory's benefit package is employee portions price. My portion was very inexpensive which made it greatly convenient for me.
The managers at the end of the day truly do want to look out for their employees. The location I work at is constantly busy no matter what time of the year so I will make money no matter how stressful the shift may be.
401K match is only 2.5%. Considering it’s been on list of top 100 companies, you’d think they’d up this. PTO is pretty standard. 2 weeks Employee discount is 25% for corporate employees. And for anyone below director $200 card for every 6 months which is pretty nice.
Excellent Benefits for all types of Incomes/Families.
Paid time off and dental/vision over 25 hours a week is good, but deductible is very high.
No benefits for the busser position. You can request off weeks in advance for shifts though and they usually do a pretty good job of giving you the time you ask off for. Can also pick up shifts pretty often if you want to work more.
Just the fact that a restaurant would offer all around coverage on health insurance is amazing, in my opinion. They offer packages as early as a week for kitchen staff and 6wks(mos?) for front of house staff.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.