The benefits are almost worth sticking around for. They are affordable and cover quality care, plus they're easy to understand when signing up for them.
The Best Thing is the EAP. The worst thing is having to put in 1000 hours (basically a year) before you're eligible for any health benefits.
Not a lot for the money. 401k was definitely a positive and has done well
It begin to be nice pay but not so great during holiday.
The health insurance is decent. It helps you get by. I have the individual one where I pay about 30% and 5$ per pay check. I'm only a college student so I don't really know what to expect. It's quite some money out of pocket though. Might be better off with medi-cal. Vision is ok, as well. We can only get either glasses or contacts within a year. Could be better... I've had DRs tell me that UPS has better benefits than FedEx (ouch).... I have dental as well but haven't used it yet.
They give you one hour of PTO each week that you work, which collects over time. Raises every three months.
Paid vacation, tuition reimbursement and medical insurance.
You have to work a minimum of 1800 hours in order to be eligible for any type of health and insurance benefits. They only hire in at Part-time and this can take you 3-4 years to achieve these required hours.
as a part-timer I got paid timer off, and paid holidays.
Health benefits, vacation pay, tuition reimbursement, school schedule accommodation and 401k
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.