the insurance is very expensive and you have to maintain a certain amount of production hours so you don't get kicked off of your own coverage. No accommodations for emergencies and when requesting it takes such a long to get a response!
One of the girls I worked with was able to get her 1-week vacation paid for by the company as a benefit for working there a couple of years. We weren't really educated enough on our healthcare benefits; I was there for long enough to have had them if it was offered. One of the other girls tried it through Regis for a little while, but it was not a great deal so she found a different healthcare plan elsewhere.. All of us opted to not get into the 401k because it was fizzling out. What I loved about working there as a perk was you got points in their online database for selling products. So, you get a tiny commission off the products sold but these points online accumulated, and you were able to buy things online for free. Hot tools, hairdryers, all types of brushes, cutting capes, shears, aprons, carry bags, even some cosmetologist-style clothing. That was my favorite perk about working there.
Nothing needs to be added here. They are an awesome and great company.
Healthcare was limited and expensive and there was no 401K match.
A 401k was the only way I could put money aside because we were so underpaid.
It's a pretty standard Health and Wellness plan.
Stock purchase is great if the company does well. State medical exchange plans are better then health ins they offer.
You have to wait 1 year of employment to receive benefits. Terrible!
Health insurance, on-site health clinic, lunchroom stocked with company provided lunch meats, bread, vegetables
Health benefits are expensive and don't cover a ton. No 401(k) match. But the stock purchase program is hard to beat. On-site clinic and fitness classes are cool.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.