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“Lots of partnerships with different brands and companies, so employees get good discounts and offers.”
Very generous, flexible, and focus on taking care of their people first.
Best - Really Decent Health Insurance. Worst - Overall Pay
Best: Decent health insurance Worst: Vacation and sick days are difficult to accrue in the first year. If you're sick, you must use PTO. They do not separate vacation and sick days.
Sick days off, optional health insurance, employee benefits, employee security, direct deposit options.
In 2013, for a part-time employee, there were no benefits - no paid vacation/holidays or paid insurance. There was an optional health insurance benefit which cost the employee almost 100% so, was not worth it. For full-time employees, the benefits were okay but not the best. Health insurance was average and costly. US holidays depended on the cultural attraction being open or closed but if the attraction was open, you get to choose another day of the week surrounding the holiday. For example, for MLK Jr. day, the museum would be open so you could choose (depending on scheduling) to take the day off or the following day.
Never had an issue with the medical or dental and the vision was very good. Overall liked what the benefits were.
Benefits package is pretty standard.
The only benefits received was a discount on merchandise.
Insurance credit for healthy lifestyle
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