401k seems good. The health insurance is decent, but I paid less on deductible with my previous insurance.
Too expensive, covers very little. You have to be on the dental plan for at least 6 months before it even starts to cover anything.
Worst thing would be that the benefits package is directly connected and provided through Sears at astronomical rates. I don't think Sears pays into any plan for employees.
awesome fitness center which is state of the art and the summer hours and flexibility always are hard to beat
It was a project there were no benefits
Benefits are expensive to maintain, especially since the hours an employee can expect to be scheduled vary drastically from week to week (from 0 to 40 hours). Sick days are earned (in hourly increments) and are not with pay. They are also difficult to build-up with an erratic schedule. We do earn paid time off, but these hours are even more difficult to accrue.
Really miss the educational assistance benefit that was discontinued.
I am part time, I don't receive any benefits.
i was working part time so no benefits
Aside from the usual - 401K, employee discounts, various insurance offerings, vacation, etc, – what sets Lands' End apart from most companies are the add-ons: the fitness center with swimming pool, basketball, tennis courts, fitness and dance classes, running and walking trails, on-site food service and catering, holiday family events, concerts, farmers markets, movie nights and more. Whatever else is said about management or the direction the brand takes, this company goes above and beyond in providing for its employees and their families. A quote from the founder, Gary Comer, still rings true today: "Take care of the customer and the employee, and the rest will take care of itself."
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.