Along with a dynamic and fun work environment, we’re proud to offer our associates one of the best benefits packages in the industry. As one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For," we offer industry-leading wages, comprehensive health insurance, an excellent retirement plan and other perks.
Nugget Markets is one of just a handful of companies that still pay 100% of our associate’s insurance premium. Part-time associates are eligible for full-time benefits, and it only take an average of 22 hours per week to qualify for our excellent benefits package.
At Nugget Markets, all eligible associates enjoy:
We also offer professional growth and development opportunities for associates interested in a career, as well as on-the-job training, education opportunities and mentoring programs.
Good working environment great team
401k. They will match whatever you put in.
You won't have to pay out of pocket per month for medical, dental, and vision. But doctor visits come out to $50, and prescriptions are also still quite high. 401K is matched, and the amount matched is increased each year. PTO and vacation time adds up quickly and is encouraged to be used. Rolls over every year. 10% employee discount which won't arrive until 6 months after hire. You must load a card with a minimum of $25 in person each time, and requires excessive paper-work to get the discount, which is a hassle, and most people don't use it as a result.
Benefits are Amazing!! If benefits are important, they offer a Great package!
You do not have to work full time to recieve medical benefits. You must work 20 hrs/week to be eligible. Option for flex spending account which is awesome
They have great benefits from health medical dental and 401k, pto,and vacation. It adds up quickly! I wish the dental had a larger maximum amount.
I do not believe you were offered health insurance as a part time employee, I worked there back in 2015 and do not remember filling out any forms towards health insurance. This would be troublesome for people who need it
Awful after 2013. Got rid of lots of older part timers for young kids wanting no insurance
The worst thing about the benefits is that it is not that great but they tell you it is so great.
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