Best thing benefits start imediatley. Time in a half for holiday pay and anytime after 40 hours new hiring benefit! After a year get holiday pay day before and after
The longer and more hours you work, the better the package. You need to spend a certain number of hours there to obtain benefits.
You don't get one !
The worst thing about the benefits package was that I was not able to utilize it. It was also very expensive.
Match up to 4% 401K, generous PTO, However very mediocre Insurance benefits package available.
I like the benefits that they have and it works for me and my family until I would get hired on at Starbucks
The manual says you start getting benefits after working at total of 1800 hours. However several employees worked that and then some, and still haven't got any benefits
401 k plan had extremely excessive fees that depleted over 40% of my contributions annually, so I was forced to abandon that program
Violation of Rights - Very unethical in the way they handle the benefit plan. Be very careful. They added me to an insurance plan that I never enrolled in - they keep deducting money from my paycheck every week for a plan that I did not sign up for and did not choose and did not need. Each time I call they pass me around to other people - now they are telling me that they will not refund me the money they took from me. They signed me up for insurance for the month of December 2018 and they let me know on December 30th 2018 that I was covered! They took money out of my December paychecks for this. Meanwhile I had not signed up for any plan and didn't need coverage for Dec 2018. After speaking with a supervisor they have no empathy, they could care less, they are not willing to refund me and I canceled all future insurance with them. Very unethical, very bad customer service. I do NOT recommend.
The worst benefits management. You get placed in IVR hell. Live customer care is no better. I’ve been transferred to non-working phone numbers and asked to hold for a survey, which I was really looking forward to, and I get disconnected. All of this while trying to find out why my insurance was canceled, and I was never notified. The benefits enrollment marked me as not an employee, after I had been working and paying a hefty premium for more than 4 months. Horrible experience.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.