They offered ok benefits, but I didn't make enough money to do them. So I had to go with out it. Didnt do the 401k either had to be there for a full year first.
The best thing about benefits at GNC are the employee discounts. The worst thing is that they are barely high enough to match the lower pricing.
There are none for part time
For Part Time employees, this company only gives out the absolute legal minimum required. No additional benefits on the companies behalf are afforded.
As a part-timer, you get ZERO benefits. It's ridiculous and makes the job at GNC that much worse. You're getting paid nowhere near a living or decent wage to be a puppet for corporate and you don't get paid time off nor any other benefit. The cons outweigh the pros here. If you're a full-timer, you get some benefits, but the turnover rate is high for full-timers at this place.
The best thing about working for GNC was the 40 hour week and the not salary.
the only best thing you get is a gnc discount if you like supplements
No paid time off, no vacations, no benefits whatsoever. If that is what you value absolutely do not work at a GNC retail store.
No benefits for part-time employees at this company. The only thing close to a benefit is the discount you get on the products in the store.
"For a wellness oriented company the benefits are horrible, worse I have seen. The best plan carries a very high $2500 deductible. The lowest plan is $5k. My billing mgr at the hospital was surprised at how poor the benefit offerings are. No stock options, no tuition assistance, no pension, no retirement. Just basic benefits and what is forced on them from law. Job training is horrendous, there is very little. Then upper management yells at you for a simple mistake which could have been prevented if I were properly trained.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.