Flexible scheduling, Paid Days off called Yay Day, OptOutside.
The benefits package at REI was unmatched during my time there. The only drawback was how easy it was to spend your paycheck on all the incredible gear. If you're looking for a great community with great benefits, check them out.
Company discount on merchandise, paid time off, and encouragement of getting outside.
Paid maternity leave and an excellent health benefits package. Vacation and sick time are separate and you accrue hours as you work (with a 20 hour rolling average).
Prodeals, Summit payout, vacation and sick time, 401k share
Best thing is the employee discount on merchandise Worst is the time it takes working the 1000 hours just to get a limited health insurance plan
Prodeals on gear and Yay Days - get paid to go outside.
20 Hours a week, over one year, and full medical. Great place to work
Even though I was a seasonal employee I still received some benefits from REI. We had very high customer satisfaction surveys during the holidays and where rewarded with gifts from the company such as jackets and camping supplies. We also received discounts on all regularly priced REI products and products from other companies. Once my time at REI came to an end I was given a gift card and 2 free day passes to go snowboarding.
do not know, i have not been offered the benefits package. you do accumulate paid sick time and well as paid vacation time but only after working 1500 hours do you get paid vacation.