Health care benefits are good but REI had made recent decision to put more of the health care costs on the employee so they are not as good as they used to be and not as competitive as Microsoft, Amazon or other companies. The profit-sharing program is not significant (unless you are VP or above) but is a positive thing to do.
If you stay long enough to get health benefits, it is very affordable (but not super comprehensive). The yearly bonuses are usually quite good. The retirement plan is ok- not super great until it starts vesting. The employee discount and prodeals are great.
REI has wonderful benefits, IF you'e full-time. Benefits include baseline coverage for medical, with the option to add dental and vision for just a little bit more. There are several tiers to choose from, and everything is customizable to your own needs.
(+) great medical and retirement. Training opportunities (in the form of funds set aside for personal development). Year end performance based bonuses. Great discounts on industry brands. (-) lower than industry wages.
Yay days, off for many holidays, summit pay, great work environment
There isn't fertility assistance.
The best part of working for REI is that they care for the employees. It the little thing from part-time health benefits or employee discount.
Generous employee discount for even part-time, seasonal workers
Excellent! REI is rated in top 100 companies to work for by Forbes. Excellent health and retirement benefits for full and part- time employees
Benefits only to Full time but all employees outside of management are part time.