Expensive health insurance options to choose from. No longer match 401k. They do offer medical leave and paid holidays.
Good company benefits for employees.
They at least offer them
401K and insurance benefits are offered to all employees. Shopko stopped matching employee contributions, and health benefits are too expensive to afford on salary provided.
I didn't even get to see it because despite working full-time hours, I was listed as a part-time employee in the system and management refused to change it.
High deductible health care plans, no set match on 401k contributions
The benefits are for only full time employees and the only people that were full time were supervisors, managers or people who were grandfathered in. As of 2015 I believe they stopped hiring full time.
I don't know because I don't get benefits since I am only part time and I haven't looked into them since I am only 19 and not in need of them
All Big Box assistant store managers make a minimum of $47,500 Hometown Assistants are hourly so they can pay them garbage. 401k matches up to 3%, not awesome, not terrible. Full Time Positions start with 10 days of PTO for the entire year. That is vacation and sick. After 5 years you can get 15 days, after 10 years you get 20 days where it caps out. So pretty crappy PTO. Most expensive health insurance packages i have ever seen. $200 a pay check for one person, single, with no dependents. Around $400-$500 if you have 1 or 2 dependents. Employee Discount is a joke, 10% on most of the stuff in the store, 20% on clothes, and 0% on electronics, toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies...etc.
Discount is good on items. Lot better then other retailers out there. Wish it was on electronics. About the only dept it doesn’t work on.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.