Best part of the Benefits package is a matching 401K (match 100% contribution to 3%, match 50% contribution to 5%).
We have a program called Perks at Work that gives discounts for cars, insurance for home and television. We also get long and short term disability as well and maternity leave.
I do not know that much about the benefits of this position as I am still under a probationary period which lasts 90 days after the date of hire.
Good health benefits, 401k plan life insurance.
HR didn't understand how it worked. Maternity leave was 6 weeks unpaid unless you had PTO saved up which didn't accumulate too quickly.
We had all major holidays off.
They do offer insurance, but it is expensive for a plan that actually covers anything. Time off is on a point system, and you get a point every day you call in. If you have a Dr's note, you still get a point for the day you first missed. You cannot schedule your PTO anytime you want..(it sickness) bc the supervisors have to pre-approve it 3 days in advance. There is only PTO, no sick days so to speak.
Company pays a lot of the employees insurance
The benefits weren't important to me because I was covered under my husband's healthcare plan.
Paid time off is really stingy. They combine PTO with sick days in the same bucket. You get 10 days in your first year. From years one through five, you get 13 days. After five years, it's 18 days. But that's only a theoretical because nobody remains an associate for that long. Those who do usually move to manager or an exempt position where they have their own PTO allotment.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.