Benefits are ok. Premiums are pricey but affordable. The copay is not bad. Maximums are ok. Nothing else good or bad to add.
401k was great. It is for every employee. Im not really sure about insurance. Time off was granted accordingly. Employee discount of 30% was pretty awesome too.
Benefits were good. About what you would expect in the age of Obama Care. 60 wait period for all benefits.
Low pay and very low amount fo available benefits.
401K retirement, zero benefits for part time management
30% off all purchases for employee and family, very flexible time off, not able to tell they’re wrong when a worker requires worker’s compensation
Company had a 30% discount (couldn't combine with other discounts, which is standard). Only full time position employees receive the option to enroll in health benefits, and regular non-management employees are generally kept below 25hrs/wk for that reason. Health benefits are fairly comprehensive, but options are expensive.
I only every worked part time so there was no benefits. You get benefits even if you’re part time once you work there 5 years or more. But I believe the benefits aren’t that great. All you get is some paid days off.
Provided insurance options are expensive. Cheapest plans require at least $90 a paycheck but cover almost nothing at the doctor's office. For what the plans cost versus what they covered, you were better off getting the state medicaid plan if you qualified, that at least covered being sick, seeing the doctor or urgent care, and being able to afford everything.
Best thing is the employee discount, worst is benefits & everything else. They don’t care for their employees. Sucks badly
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.