Great earned vacation time. 401k match and can purchase stocks. Benefits are not very expensive for single people. Families can get expensive but can't put a price on health!
Super expensive healthcare coverage that doesn't cover doctors visits, medicine, or anything without using up the multi thousand dollar deductible. The 401k is through Mass Mutual and is fine and easy to understand. They only put in their "matching contribution" at the end of the year.
The benefits are expensive. They need to go to someone that charge less.
Corporate changed to a no-vacation policy for part time and did not notify employees. I Faxed vacation request to corporate, got the proper Ops manager's signature on FAX request, and notified store manager; went on a week of vacation and discovered no pay check when I returned.
My department is flexible. If vacation time is requested within a reasonable amount of time more than likely the request will be approved.
Best part of benefits would be the potential bonuses that one could earn month to month. The down side to this is it is a percentage opportunity and changes month to month meaning even if you're doing well you could still be falling short of hitting a bonus.
You decided your income. Take more time, follow the program, and a little bit luck, Then you can get good income - in comparing to retail
Pros: stock options and 401k Conn's: expensive insurance with high deductibles.
Only 3 paid holidays
Conn's has a basic benefits package. Employees can buy the stock at a discount. The company pays a matching 401k contribution.