Must average 30 hours per week to be eligible for benefits. Benefits are affordable and worth it.
There are VERY limited benefits for part-time employees, which is everyone except managers. If I need health insurance etc. I couldn't even afford it. I honestly don't know much about the other benefits because they don't apply to me.
The package is good at least for a part-time employee
Employee discount and other benefits is the best part of working at finish line and the worst part working at finish line would be the people.
Every employee receives 30% off everything in stores. If you work full time you get 401K options, monthly sales bonuses, and PTO along with other insurance packages as well.
This has to be the best company in the state where it continually thinks about it's employees, their personal needs, wellness, medical, the community and work-life balance. We have a gym, Cross-fit classes twice a day, 5 days a week, we have a yoga class, a nutritionist and wellness coach, a medical clinic with many general practice services and prescription medications for free and available to the spouses and dependents of the employees enrolled in our healthcare plan. We opened up this year a community garden which partnered up with a local farmer, manages and cares for it. Our wellness team has partnered with a local food bank who will assist in providing fresh produce to our local community. I could not be more proud to work for a company like Finish Line.
High priced with low coverage
They offer health insurance, but it's useless. I had gotten into a car accident and had to take mandatory leave as those were doctor's orders. Before I could take time off, the company had to approve my doctor's note which never happened.
The benefits package was good. It provided good vision/dental as well as health insurance.
We had company discounts off of shoes. i did not use the benefit package through this company but my friends loved it.
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