Overall they offer everything that a normal company would offer but the benefits are quite expensive. They're quick to give vacation, sick, and Personal time, and also quick to judge you when you use it.
Best part is the high bonus potential (although upper management sets goals monthly so they are occasionally unobtainable). Worst part is the poor insurance coverage. Insurance was more than $1200/month with a high deductable so it only benefited the employees that were constantly sick throughout the year.
You have to spend over 400/month to have Dr visits paid for and also medicine. Your 401k match is done at the end of the year so if your terminated or leave, you won't get the match promised in your compensation package as well as your last paycheck.
They offer the majority of what you need and pay fair for personal days and vacations
Benefits are nice. Started out with 2 weeks vacation and 4 personal days. Medical insurance is a bit high though.
Pretty basic stuff Conn's will offer is health insurance that keeps getting more expensive every year, but the coverage gets smaller. Employee stock purchase plan is okay, only because the stock was at it's highest in 2014, you will get a bunch of stock every time they purchase it. Employee discount can only be used with cash, check or card... if you are financing you have to buy at sticker price.
they have all the good stuff you need to survive
after 3 months 3% max match, and they offer stocks , and health insurance and much more more more, also no interview
Healthcare is the most expensive for the least amount of coverage that I have seen yet. you do get 15% discount on stocks, but they keep dropping so not much of a deal.
401K match ok, all the others depends on manager desition