PTO policy can be tricky for those hiring in to upper positions. It is strictly based on time with the company. Be sure to negotiate a lump sum PTO at the beginning of your employment to help offset this issue.
none of the above, just flexible schedule
Best thing about the benefits package is that it's available on day 31 of employment. They offer health, vision, dental, and 401k. However, all you accrue is PTO (Paid Time Off) PTO includes sick and vacation time. It would be nice to accrue both seperately. If you run out of PTO you no longer have a job! So, make sure you show up for work every day within the first 6 months or your setting yourself up for failure. If you are sick, but not dying come to work. Your first 2 years you get 8 hours per month.
For part time retail merchandisers, there are no benefits included. No paid vacation time, no paid holiday or sick time. Discounts at Hallmark stores are date specific and only about 20 percent off.
It used to be very good. With the budget cuts made to it, it's starting to edge on just ok. More expensive than I would like, not as mch couverage.
Great benefit overall but dodgy
Flexible hours for corporate positions, 401k matching, decent medical, good dental and vision
No complaints they treat you well
The usual benefits and retirement packages. There's also some corporate wellness incentives.
Since i worked par-time, there are no benefits.
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