i honestly cant remember but health insurance was good!
Very good health care plan, PTO is accrued for the majority of employees, but front loaded for sales people.
standard benefits package, i didn't need it but their health insurance is supposedly pretty good for those w/ pre-existing conditions, work from home just depends on your manager (mine was flexible)
good benefits, time off is too less
Long period of work you just stand for long timw
At the time 401k was matched at 3% after 6 months of employment. Full-time employees eligible for all benefits, but the coverage is average and the cost is on the higher than average side. Standard vacation days and sick days offered.
Benefits such as health, dental, vision, and PTO are all very mediocre for a Fortune 500 company. I certainly would not call them exceptional, and the cost for the benefits is noticeably higher than what I have paid elsewhere at other large companies that I have worked for. The 401(k) match is also underwhelming at 50% on the first 6% that you contribute. Also, you can't enroll in the 401(k) plan until you work 1000 hours. So, you will have nowhere to contribute to your retirement for over 6 months unless you set something up on your own elsewhere. Overall, I think the benefits package, while not the worst, certainly needs some improvement just to stay competitive with other Fortune 500 organizations.
While I was only a seasonal employee who cannot speak for many of the benefits, I like that there was an employee discount and I enjoyed that we could earn a percentage of the money spent on protection plans that we sold.
5-20% discount on store offerings. 401k match to 5%
perks include; 401k with 50% match up to 4%, 120 hours of PTO, and minimal health care coverage, 10% discount on most products.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.