Current and former employees report that Stitch Fix provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“40% is generous but I wish my husband could use it too. His employer extends the discount to me as his spouse. ”
“Nice to work remote but everything is remote nowadays due to covid. Not as flexible as it is made out to be.”
“Great training and the ability to revisit trainings for review is useful.”
Amazing unlimited PTO, access to Calm, Ginger and other modern mental health apps. Great 401k plan and broad range of medical benefit options, including progressive perks for women, such as Carrot for fertility care, and other inclusive options. Big kudos!
Affordable and offers good coverage.
Overall, I am happy with my benefits and Stitch Fix also offers some progressive benefits that are a tangible representation of their commitment to DEI. I have 12 paid holidays each year vs. the 6 I had with another retailer so I appreciate this very much. I have medical/dental benefits through my spouse so I cannot comment on this. The 40% discount is appreciated too!
There are no benefits offered.
no 401 k match for all employees
Great health insurance, 401k and vacation time
There aren't really any benefits for part-time employees. PTO is very low.
So much is covered on the healthcare plan. Also, support with mental health too.
As a part-time stylist, you don't get PTO or benefits. Non-paid time off is limited to only 30 hours per year, which equates to 2 weeks. You do get paid sick time, however.
The worst thing about the benefits package for the Stylist position is that you do not get any sick time. There is no paid time off. To add salt to the wound, they do grant you unpaid time off. I wish I was privileged enough to take that option. In a lot of ways it would have made life easier. Unfortunately we depended on that income.