Best thing, you can get paid for outside volunteer hours with non profit groups.
You do get 20% all items in the store, which is nice for buying cheap groceries. I worked full-time hours, but they had me under. "part-time" so they didn't have to give me benefits.
Poor coverage, high deductibles and very expensive considering low salaries
the store is a smaller younger version of whole foods market where i worked for years. its very similar to how whole foods was in the beginning. no real stress, everyone gets alone. whole foods in 2017 and 2018 is an absolute disaster.
MINCA Hours are reimbursed! Just as any Corporation in America, Health Insurance is very expensive for a family to afford on the wages offered.
Great benefits package for a young company. Immediate earned PTO for all employees, full health care for all full time employees at 1 month. Offers competitively priced life insurance, short and long term disability and partial matching 401ks as well.
The 20% discount is the number one perk for the company. If you're interested in volunteering there are many opportunities for this around the community. Lucky's will also pay you your hourly wages to volunteer a few days a year. Another cool perk is traveling to other stores to help with opening them. It's a lot of work but you get to visit a new city and state.
give you good insurance benefits and 401k plan
Thry never offered me one. Don't expect them to let you have a flexible schedule, the don't care about students who go to school.
Health insurance through UHC. Many employees work for the benefits with little leftover as they do not pay well. Insurance is very expensive with terrible coverage, and Lucky's does not contribute in a way that makes staying there worthwhile.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.