312 employees reported this benefit
Rite Aid offers a 401(k) plan for eligible employees with some company match.
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Pretty typical 401K plan. There's a company match - full match for the first 3%, then a 50% match for up to 5%. The plan provider offers useful tools to understand your 401k and allows self-service for set-up and making changes to contributions and fund distribution.
They required that work one full year before you could contribute. The matching was very small for a company of that size.
They match your percentage up to 3 percent
Company matches up to 3%
The first 1% you put in is matched, but you do not qualify for this unless you are staff or supervising pharmacist
they match up to 6 percent 401k, the employer rite aid pharmacy matches every march of every year. you can get loan from your 401k
If you make enough to put money into a 401k plan at Rite Aid, you must be higher up the chain. Most of your cashiers and technicians are working until their dead or disabled with no hope of retiring. We pretty much live paycheck to paycheck unless your a second source of income to someone who is the major bread winner.
Same guidelines and most companies
There was one but I didn't use it.
Matching about 4%. Nothing special just typical corporate 401k plan.