Good amount of PTO time, 401k, and Health Insurance
Overall, Office Depot offers decent benefits to management and above. I do get 4 weeks paid time off. It is a downside that I cannot choose to have the time paid out so that I can have quick access to emergency money or to make some quick money to use so I can more easily save up to go on vacation. Office Depot does not offer any sick days which is unfortunate, you have to use your vacation days if you expect to be able to call out. They do offer insurance and a 401k which I believe maxes out at 5%. You can make very small commission off of service and protection plan sales, (only 5%), and if you are a manage, you can make an extra quarterly bonus depending on how well your store does on certain metrics like customer satisfaction
You will be kept under hours/part time, specifically to keep you from what little benefits there are. I worked fulltime but the coverage to cost ratio was too high for me to afford even at $14.50 an hour.
Benefits are available to the employee from the first day they are granted full-time status with no wait period whatsoever.
Competitive and seems to be expanding.
costly, most employers have better coverage
Good benefit insurance not too expensive good coverage
The company matching of 401k wasn't bad
Absolutely no benefits to speak of for part time employees and despite being with the company for over a year and working 32 hours per week they kept me at just close to full time to avoid having to offer benwfits
back when i was working at this location most of the 401k, Medical insurance, time off seemed inaccessible. it more or less was just a miscommunication issue.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.