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“It is very convenient and lets you customize your own work environment. Office positions also allow this for a limited amount of days.”
The benefits start almost immediately and all information is provided. The 401K is not matched by the company.
There are no benefits, but as an independently contracted worker, you can't expect that.
There werent any benefits. There was a discount at participating subways.
None really it was a college job
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The best thing about the benefits is that you get 50 dollars on your own OrderUp account to buy food, the negatives though are that you can't use this credit on the app but only online.
As a market owner, they just sign a contract with you. You aren't technically employed, but they do nothing to offset their overpriced monthly fees. No incentives for reaching goals, no goals at all. No penalties for not reaching expectations. no benefits. a complete lack of coordination between HQ and market owners unless you ask specific questions. The only thing they helped with is learning about 50 different softwares and backends, and then they would change to entirely different platforms which you would have to learn again. My guess is they've landed somewhere and this wont continue to be the case, but with an ever evolving industry... it could be.
no benefits as a driver
PTO for entry level jobs, more liberal for other departments and salary. They're growing so more benefits are getting added and improved.
Ok insurance, 2 weeks of vacation your first year and 3 after that. 3% match of your salary for IRA. No 401K. Could be better