They offered a 10% discount which barely covered the tax rate for the area.
10% discount on purchases but you can only buy an amount equal to your weekly check. Work around is to buy gift cards over time
The usual 10% off products, but only if you use their PRD (using your badge and limited to about 70% of your paycheck that it comes right out of).
The discount was a measly 10% which only removed tax from the purchase.
Utilizes a Payroll Deduction System accessed through Employee ID swipe. Set limits up to 75% of the previous weeks total earnings.
10% discount of your most current paycheck
Employees enjoy a limited 10% discount up to the amount they earned in the previous pay period. Employees that are part time and make $200 can charge $200 to their payroll account and receive 10% off the purchase , However this also means that their next check will be minus the Total amount of the purchase/
It's ten percent off and you pay with your ID badge. There is a cap so you can't get 10% off your new kitchen unless you buy it over a long period of time.
Best thing is that we get a discount. Worst thing is that it is only 10%
It is what you make it. It was good for me until it wasn't. Eventually I chose to have a family, And that conflicted with their ideal manager.