I’m not entirely sure yet, I’m seventeen and I’ve been working there for only three months so far. In the summer months (when the college students are able to work again) it is usually easy to find someone to cover for you, but when the store is understaffed (like mine is currently) it can be difficult.
There is no benefits package. There’s nothing. We don’t get holidays off. We don’t get paid time-and-a-half for working holidays. No sick days, no paid time off, nothing. You even have to pay about $3 on average for a sandwich from the bakery while you’re working. Only free beverage is water.
No health insurance or anything; just free bread and cookies on occasion. Free sandwich with four-hour shift or more.
There are minimal benefits. There is no health coverage. There is no dental coverage. There is no 401k package. The benefits are up to the business owner. Most owners are not in a position to offer a benefits package. There is paid vacation as well as free bakery products.
usually 5 day work week. fairly flexible with random schedule conflicts, free bread with some restrictio s on amount (varries on store)
There is no benefits package, even for full-time employees. I'm not sure if this is true of all Great Harvests, but it is not supplied by the Corporation, and the owners rarely can afford to offer benefits. This has caused a few full-time employees to seek other jobs. However, employees receive a discount and free food whenever they work.
Felt pay scale was fair. Dental/vision insurance limited. Bonuses based on profitability. Slight pay raises based on personal performance. 401K with some matching.
no benefits bc it was very part time
There is no kind of vacation pay, sick pay, medical or 401k. Pay is substander with no kind of review for pay raise
There wasn't any kind of benefits at all.
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