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!
The best thing about the benefits package at PetSmart was getting dental, vision, and health but the worst was the high deductibles.
Its is way too expensive for most families to afford. If you need this to be your career look for something else.
There is not any benefits working part time unless wanting to pursue other business ventures while working or just wanting to have some extra cash.
The benefits are outstanding, Gets a bit expensive if you add spouse/ dependents. Lots of other benefits like cell phone discounts, travel discounts, great PTO benefits.
The benefits package at PetSmart is outstanding, you name it & they got it. They also have College Tuition Reimbursement Programs, Employee Assistant Programs, as well as a good 401k plan to offer employees which is great. They use United Healthcare, MetLaw & Cigna to name a few examples of big name groups they have access to.
I have been part time my entire career here. I have never been offered opportunities for advancement. I have never received any benefits
If your looking for a job that will provide insurance, they never offer full time and can only get benefits at full time
Part-time associates are often worked like their full time but don’t receive any full time benefits. For example, part time accumulates pto, but can’t get paid out for their pto when they decide to leave the company. So make sure you use your PTO if your part time and planning to leave because that’s the only way you’ll get it!
it was fun but lack management skills
Insurance is expensive, benefits aren't great, and PTO is not "PTO"
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.