Your benefits are a big part of your total rewards. And PetSmart is committed to offering associates a competitive and valuable benefits package.
PetSmart has a broad suite of training offerings... both for new associates, as well as ongoing learners! We design training to meet our associates where they are in their development journey... Anything from a robust library of self-paced content (eLearning, videos, articles), to a variety of instructor-led options! The goal is to enable our teams to have an enriching career focused on THE LOVE OF PETS!
Check out the PetSmart Benefits website for additional information!
As a part time employee I got 50% matched IRA contributions
Part time poeple only get the salary and the 15% store discount. There are not any additional benefits.
Insurance is expensive, benefits aren't great, and PTO is not "PTO"
Petsmart has amazing benefits for its full-time employees. They provide sick time, discretionary time, and vacation time. They also have discounts on your phone bill, and discounts on other things. You get an in-store discount as well. Also, you get health insurance which is actually pretty good.
The medical benefits are rediculously expensive.
The grooming work is difficult; but they do take good care benefit wise. You can choose from 3 plans and they come out of your pay so you don’t even notice. The dental plans are phenomenal and it surprised me that vision was also included. Vacation pay continues to accrue and you can have up to five weeks I believe. I do know we have a 401K but I haven’t used it yet.
You’re already paid so low, once you factor in paying for health benefits it may not be worth it.
Good benefits, decent pay, horrible job
Part time employees only get some PTO and associate discount. You only get full benefits if you work full time. Decent health insurance and great discounts are among the best benefits Petsmart provides. But vacation is not that great. As a full time employee, if you have worked less than five years for the company you only get 10 days of vacation a year.
There were no benefits, the schedules weren’t set, and they hardly ever let you call out.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.