It very convenient for part time staff to have a flexible shift schedule, as long as you notice the store manager one or two weeks ago.
No benefits for part-time employees, even for assistant management positions, only discounts
The two years I was there I received 2 pay raises after my 60 day and 90 day, but no bonuses after that.
Good Medical and Dental Insurance
Benefits were not oo bad. I elected to forgo the Medical insurance. It was too high for me, and I am on Obamacare and have a subsidy that makes my monthly premuim nice and low. I have my own dental insurance that I also pay monthly for, but added on the dental insurance Paper Source offers, as a bit of an extra policy. I also have their vision plan. Not much is taken out of my check for these and I use the dental and vision insurance regularly.
Pros: Paper Source is large enough to be able to offer a mix of health insurance options at a reasonable price point. Dental and vision policies are available, but don't offer much dollar value. Paper Source employees enjoy reduced fees with the on-site health club. Basic PTO starts at three weeks rising to four after a decade of service. National holidays adds another five days off. Typical 401K offered. Cons: Maternity leave only. The company doesn't acknowledge the modern family structure where paternity/family leave is offered as an option (some parents want to resume work quickly and have their partner take leave.). Unpaid extended medical leave. Unused vacation days can't be rolled over or cashed out. No profit sharing or bonus paid to rank and file employees, this is for Executives and their favored employees only. No summer or Friday hours. No support for professional development. A company-wide wage freeze is in effect, with no end date in sight.
VERY HIGH bi-weekly premiums for medical insurance. I opted for Obamacare. It was cheaper and better. I DID use the Dental and Vision insurance which I had no problems with. I no longer work there and they are STILL taking it out of my paycheck. How is that possible?
There is none unless you are a full-time manager who has worked for 6+ months
You can sometimes stack employee discount to sales price.
expensive for retail managers; employee discount is laughable. Should be at least 50% off especially when the part time workers are earning $11/hour.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.