Healthcare option is Cigna, which is an OK choice, and no 401(k) match offered.
The company has not raised heath insurance prices in 3 years but offers poor plan options with high deductibles. There is a health center on the campus available for all employees to use. They offer 50% off services at corporate salons and product discounts. They offer 401k options but do not match.
Paid time off caps out at 4 weeks regardless of number of years of service. The balance of the benefits package are pretty decent, Health Insurance in the USA continues to be a debacle.
Best thing is four weeks maternity pay. The insurance isn't great but it could be worse. 50% of hair services and product at cost.
The best thing about the benefits is nothing and the worst thing about the benefits is everything. Don't plan on retiring.
Medical (After 1 yr) 401k, stock options, paid vacation, however, there really no vacation as, salons call you daily. Medical premiums are very expensive and most stylists can't afford it.
They offer a 401k plan, BUT they do not contribute. Medical, dental, and vision coverage were available through CIGNA.
Commission needs to be raised for products. I am always #1 with retail and combos, and $10 a check doesn't reflect anything. Pay scale could use some work too.
The insurance is entirely too expensive for two people. I enrolled and quickly un-enrolled when I found out that the majority of my paycheck would be taken out every pay period just for my child and I to be insured.
Its very small and not comparable to other companies, nor is the pay scale. It is the bare minimum
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