100% paid health insurance! An actual pension after 1 year. Great PTO allowance. Paid lunch and free lunch everyday.
They had a 401K match and a good benefits package. It was too far to drive for a four hour shift so I have to leave.
Crazy expensive. Even with full time pay, the health insurance was outrageous. Having free food was good.
I really don’t know the worst thing but the best thing is the scholarship. They don’t offer a lot of benefits
If you’re not apart of the upper management team, you really don’t have benefits
Best: Scholarships available & very flexible with hours
flexibility best time off policy to do what you want when you want to do things I like it much
It varies from store to store concerning your operator, so ask about the benefits, because I didn't have any because it was too expensive for insurance and I had no paid days off and forget about going any where for Thanksgiving or Christmas, because that is when the store will need you the most. We did get to have employee meals. it was a limit of $5.83 before tax, if you worked 30 hours or more, so you could get whatever you needed to your dietary restrictions.
Free food and employee discount! Other than that, hourly employees received no benefits package aside from an opportunity to apply for a scholarship.
No insurance , no 401(k) and no paid time off
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