They offer a retirement package, paid vacation and personal days. Health insurance is offered through the Union.
Easy to get quick answers to questions about benefits from HR
Make sure you work at least 30 hours a week for year or no benefits for part time. It's based on hours not time at company.
Dierbergs does not pay what you're worth. The less they can pay you, the better. As such, I'm a contractor with no benefits.
Different departments within Dierberg's fall between different Union organizations that may or may not offer similar benefits.
The union helps provide health insurance, wage increases, and retirement packages. The health insurance does not eye insurance. Health insurance can be provided to part-time and full-time employees.
We love it so much and you will benefit from it.
The benefits package is very good only if you are full time or make an average of 25 hours a week consistently to get the benefits.
You get the benefits through the unionl, and they are pretty good. 80/20
With going to school, management is very lenient with allowing time off. Aside from offering their college students to go "college casual" they were very understanding with requesting off to study for exams and to work on projects.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.