The benefits keep me there because the pay is bad... The insurance is not very good for such a large company.. But they pay half.. 401 k plan is an option after a year which Ive taken full advantage of. They match up to a certain point. 2 weeks paid vacation after a year. 3 weeks after 4 years.. 3 personal days right away. Accumulated sick pay..
pretty standard package as far as i know
You get a lot of free stuff and classes.
decent benefits package. Very comparable to most companies. Ability to take 1 half day during the week if you have time within your schedule. employee discount but can only take advantage of it once a month when employee orders are placed out of the warehouse since there are no stores in Texas so that's annoying.
The worst thing is that my manger always left early and claimed to come in the next day earlier to make up for the time but never actually made up time just corrected the time sheet. Held back samples fo when we found them we put them out directly on the deck never to be seen again unless he wanted to get rid of them.
You get a 401K benefit, paid vacations, healthcare packages. Another is company rewards program. Including trips.
Pros: employees get retail size samples every month, PTO, company matches your 401k by 4%, rewards program, discounts with a few of the top cellphone providers. Cons: Horrible insurance for the first year of employment. After that I’m told it gets better. I don’t mind hard work but this isn’t a regular retail job. You do a lot of work for a pay that is not easy to live on. If you have serious bills you will definitely need another job even as a full time employee.
you get vacation as a regular employee working an average of 30 or more hours a week for a year or more, you get a 401k and major holidays off
Best thing is benefits are available. Worst thing is the Medical may not cover much.
Best is the affordable health care, worst is losing your benefits because of missing hours you were not always allowed to make up for.
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