When I first started working for Movado I qualified for 2 weeks paid vacation and 401k. If you like to buy watches there are many competitions on the store level to receive money towards watches.
Average for the New York/New Jersey area
Best thing is the amount of experience you get from working here, and the talented and friendly people you encounter. Although it is corporate, and seems intimidating as a college student, they tend to treat you nicely and are always willing to help.
I was a part-time employee so my benefits were essentially nonexistent. I was paid hourly and set up to receive sales commissions. A fairly decent gig for a full-time student.
I am not sure of the benefits package because I was an intern. I got paid hourly wage, which was $15 an hour and I was very satisfied with that pay
Very good family optical program
As an intern we are offered little to no benefits at all.
there is no benefit for the temporary position, but I know for the people work for less 5 yrs has 1 week pto.less than 10yrs has 2 weeks pto
The health insurance is great even if you go with the High Deductible Plan. A $700 deductible for a single person on this plan is amazing. I have MS and require frequent MRIs. Under my last employee plan with another retailer I paid $600 out of pocket for an MRI. With Movado I pay $50.00!!! Wow! Also, my MS medication is extremely cheap under my plan! Thank you Movado for taking care of your people!
Health insurance and 401K were standard. One of the very nice perks was the ability to buy watches at reduced prices.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.