Dental, medical, 401K. They have it all. They tell you about it in their little orientation. HR doubles as management too so you can ask them other stuff like about breaks or when you get paid. They are really knowledgable.
The company's corporate wellness center is a great asset.
They offer a good discout on purchases, scholarship program for employee and immediate family.
Pto, 401k match, medical benefits, amazing employee discounts at kohls stores.
A new benefit gets taken away from employees every year company wide.
No health benefits for part-timers, only vision and dental. No paid days off either. The employee discount was stackable with promotional offers, which was awesome! Not too many places offer that.
They do not offer you the full benefits if you do not work the full time hours they expect of you.
No benefits offered for part time.
It was pretty typical of any giant corporation with thousands of workers. the bare minimum needed to be socially acceptable.
There were no benefits unless you hit 32 hours per week. They intentionally kept employees under 32 hours per week so they did not have to provide benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.