Your benefits are a big part of your total rewards. And PetSmart is committed to offering associates a competitive and valuable benefits package.
If you are a new full-time associate scheduled to work 36 or more hours per week, and are classified as full-time by your manager, you are eligible to participate in PetSmart’s SmartChoices benefits package, which includes quality programs, innovative health plans for you and your family, and a 401(k) Plan to help you save for retirement.
good health insurance, life insurance, and 401k
Was only for full time associates. Seemed like very good healthcare however I didn't need it because I was on my husband's insurance. Awesome standard 15% discount, along with a free day of day camp and a free training after 6 mos there. Also, occasional extra discounts on select items that were for 50% on new promo items.
Good medical benefits, 401k, no stock options anymore since selling. I remember there being maternity leave, but not paternity.
Best: Competitive Healthcare through united health. Affordable Vision and Dental. a couple of paid holidays but you have to work them because its a 'retail' driven company and no one wants to figure the logistics for store deliveries on holiday weeks. Sick time rolls year over year Vacation has to be used by the end of the year. Mediocre: low 401K Match (but at lease its there) Worst: Discount is okay. Most other retailers offer better in store discounts. The 'Wellness program' is kind of a joke but if you can figure it out it saves you about $500.
pretty good total compensation package.
401k, your choice of health insurance, 15% employee discount
There is no benefits package for part-time. Only 15% discount and a free training session.
Vacation, sick time, and discretionary time all paid time off if full time
I didn't work at PetSmart long enough to get benefits. I did get a %15 discount as an employee. They seem to not like it when you ask for specific days off.
Best part is that its relatively cheap. Great vision and health care. But the dental was a joke barely enough coverage for 1 visit if you were lucky
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