liberal PTO policy, good medical benefits, 401k with partial employer-match
No work life balance at all.
The benefit package at LL is really unbeatable. The company pays most of the health insurance cost. They have a lot to offer.
Good benefits at a reasonable cost to employees
Extremely affordable health insurance. Great benefits. Really no negative about them seems to work well
Several tiers of coverage for you to choose from. Rates are affordable and when you throw that in with the excellent 401k matching you have a great package.
Decent health/dental/optical but nothing amazing. Didn't use the 401k. Employee discount is great, but only if you have need to use it. Paid time off was one on an incremental accruement system, and since the store was so understaff, managers would threaten to move you vacation time with zero notice. Depends on your boss though - I went through three in four years.
Great Insurance very cheap lots of benefits after only 60 days. Pto and life Insurance
The benefits package is great. Very inexpensive. Expect to pay more if you're a smoker. You also need to prove if you're married or have children with birth certificates and marriage licenses. 401k match as high as 4% of your salary. Dental, vision. All pretty cheap. GENEROUS employee discount on flooring.
Health insurance - OK PTO - a joke (see below) Other Health ins. not the best but not the worst. Never had to use for any major things, just wellness and the occasional sick visit. PTO (Paid Time Off) is ridiculous, you can "accrue" a ton of PTO but hardly use any of it. Here's the average scenario. You want to take a week off; but the store is only staffed with 3 employees; SM and 2 ASMs. The store is open for 65 hours Sun-Sat. So if you're gone for 7 days, 2 people have to handle 65 hrs between them. Most likely they won't get help from another store because they're all run on a skeleton crew. And yes, you can get 5 weeks after 5 yrs but who can take that much in a situation like that? LL also blacks out parts of every month because of the "super sale" of the month. Holidays are ridiculous too. Everybody can't have a decent amount of time off at Christmas. They black out the 26th thru 31st for the "end of year push" because we all know the thing that's on the top of customers' priority lists the week after Christmas is to pick up that 4,000 lbs of flooring I bought that's sitting in LL's warehouse. 1
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.