10% merchandise discount, 20% on Staples brand. Eligible for benefits after 30 days of employment. Starting out you get 22 days of PTO! 5 sick days and they are closed on 6 major holidays(paid). FT employee medical, single, is $22.00 a check, so $88/month.
Perks are okay but base pay is way below than what others in the same industry and job grade level are receiving
Very good benefits. Good PPO, 401k matching. A lot of EAP resources.
Best: The affordability of the dental and vision plans. Worst: The healthcare plans. They are extremely expensive, deductibles are so high that you will probably never meet them, nothing is covered before you meet the deductibles, and the weekly cost of them is very high.
Had Good insurance, 401K but things may have changed now that it is a privately held company.
I think the health insurance is great, but I know some younger healthy people who don't meet the deductible are not happy that they "never get to use" their insurance. They'll appreciate it when they are older! Great 401K plan, awesome eye care insurance, $100/month toward paying off student loans, lots of employee discounts at multiple places, 10 percent off at Staples (which is decent given the average low margin in retail).
I work at the HQ location in Framingham, MA. The overall health benefit cost is relatively low on a monthly basis, especially if you're a non-smoker because there's a discount.
It's expensive and intrusive. You get sales and follow up calls based on what the insurance sees from your explanation of benefits. For example, if you see a therapist, someone from Staples associate connection/benefits will start calling to interview you and discuss with you mental health options. You have to pay 100% out of pocket for all doctors visits and prescriptions until your deductable is met. Granted, they are lower, contracted fees, but you are still paying 100%, even though you are still paying out of your check for the insurance.
No lunch beaks or good coverage
not benefits at all if your work Part/time. That means that only Supervisors or Managers can have access to benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.