The health insurance was cheap
You get 10% off heb products
I have only been working here for a little while and I do not start to get benefits until I've been there 90 days. This isn't my favorite part of the job but I understand why they do it.
Partnership card - Employee discounts on HEB brand products.
The only downside is the three month wait for eligibility, for medical benefits. However, the plans and coverage are very good!! Much better and more comprehensive than many other places.
nothing yet. have to wait 90 days
Health/Dental/Vision From my understanding, you have an option between BlueCross BlueShield or KelseyCare. I don't recall if they are both PPO, but BCBS is PPO. The company tries its best to keep costs of insurance low, where the employee pays part and the company pays the majority of the insurance cost. You also receive Delta Dental, a vision insurance. You can opt to add supplemental cancer insurance if you so choose to, and various life insurances. Overall the cost is fair. The insurance is solid, but I don't ever have the opportunity to use it, because I spend so much time at work. My spouse and child however use it for all their needs. Vacation Time It is retail, so vacation times come in where you can fit it in. I receive about 4 weeks of Paid Time Off, you also receive "sick days/doctors appointments" days, but good luck trying to schedule those days for yourself (at least the location where I work) 401k The 401k seems okay, according to the company's chart, I should be in the multimillions when I retire, but that almost sounds too good to be true. The company has also supplemented 401ks with a Partner Stock program, where an individual receives "shares" dependent on how long they have worked for the company (the aforementioned multimillion dollar retirement figure includes this supplemental program) It's retail, so the busiest times for this particular industry are usually when most people are on vacation (Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, ect.)
Tuition Reimbursement is not what it seems. It is a scholarship and only a handful of people get it with no explanation on who wins and why or how. No transparency. Charles gives lots of money to the inner cities which is noble but doesn't take care of his own people. It is his choice to do so but it is disingenuous to advertise tuition reimbursement when it doesn't exist.
10 percent discount, bonus, insurance
Decent health insurance. Dont bother appealing a decision about an extension to submit forms or anything like that. No matter the situation it seems.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.