Staples has excellent health insurance for a reasonable price. All preventative appointments are free and the max out of pocket you can spend for a family is 6000.
The benefits are awesome and the perks of being part of the company are amazing. There is stock purchase plan at a discount. There is Corporate discounts given, benefits are awesome. Weekly pay for everyone in the company no matter what level you are.
Best is as a GM start with 3 weeks vacation. Worst, explanation of benefits prior to hire are misleading
It covers the full list of packages that other similar sized companies provide.
they offer a variety of benefits all for competitive prices. Effective date for start of benefits was soon after hire date. Easy to enroll online.
benefits offered for part time associates where other companies require full time status. Worst is what they offer is so low it doesnt help much.
Time off approval is pretty laid back.
As a part-timer, I wasn't eligible for a lot of benefits, as far as I knew. I got some information, but looks like I had to work there for a while and work a certain amount of hours to get it. No one on site discussed any of it with me. There was supposed to be a bonus for print and marketing employees if we made budget, which we did, but it seems like the rules kept changing and I found out from someone who still works there that even though we made budget, we're not getting it. That bonus was pitched to me as something that would offset the $10.90 an hour I was being paid.
The only plus to the benefits at staples is the Share Fund, where if you need assistance they will help you with money. Besides that, they offer horrible health care, only medical, no dental or vision, and its only for full time employees(management). They do not have any company perks.
No benefits to part time. Full time gets no pay raise unless you are management. Benefits cost more then they are worth. Im not sure if there is a 401k plan. All employees get 10% off products in the store.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.