At Giant Eagle, we take pride in our Team Members and work to engage, support and develop their well-being and success. Their achievements help Giant Eagle be the best place to work for nearly 34,000 Team Members in our retail stores, warehouses and corporate offices. Team Members receive exclusive rewards and recognition unique to their banner, along with a competitive starting pay rate.
Our Team Members enjoy safe and friendly workplaces that offer several benefit plans specific to Giant Eagle stores, warehouses and corporate offices. Depending on your role and location(*), you might qualify for all or some of the benefits we offer.
Life resources would give you access to independent and confidential resources and help support personal, financial, and legal issues.
Best: 401K, health insurance, paid vacation Worst: Time off
You have to choose yearly between major medical and vision/dental. They are slow to pay out on both. You earn a pension, but it's very small. If you take maternity or medical leave, expect to be paid after you return to work. CareFund does not go to regular employees just management and corporate.
Health insurance is pretty decent. The other resources that are available are amazing. You can call their 1800 number for employees about basically anything troubling ranging from debt, mental health issues, loss and grief therapy, etc. They make sure all employees have what they need to be the best workers.
Was ok for individual not family benefits
Good benefits , ten percent off, dental, 401k but you need to be there at least 5 years to acess it.
They don't offer any benefits to employees unless you work over 32hoirs and you have to wait for the 2 times a year they have open enrollment
You earn a good amount of vacation time. It increases the longer you work.
Offers wide array of medical coverages and rates. Fairly limited especially based on the lower pay scale, although if you are relying solely on this wage you may struggle to begin with and insurance is a necessity in the U.S
I work part-time and the best benefit is that they're pretty good about giving you time off if you ask for it ahead of time. They've never failed to give me the days off that I asked for. Also even as a part-timer, I was able to build a 401(k) and have the company match as well. Other than that though, the rest of the the usual benefits (PTO, health insurance, vacation, etc.) go to employees who are full-time.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.