they had a good 401 k and vacation package after 3 months of working. i would say being upper management benefits get better as well.
I believe a majority of their employees in the retail stores are hired as part-time employees so aren't eligible for all benefits
Bonus: Your position is bonus eligible. All bonuses are awarded at the discretion of the company. Refer to the attached Bonus Plan description for details. Employee Discount: Learn. Discover. Share. Sur La Table offers all employees the benefit of a discount on full-priced merchandise. Effective on the first day of employment, you are eligible to receive: a 50% discount on up to two seats in a cooking class where cooking classes are offered (employee must accompany guest); a 40% discount on full-priced merchandise, other than electrics; a 20% discount on one full-priced electrics item (any item with a plug) once per calendar month up to a maximum of 10 times per calendar year. Two times per calendar year you are eligible for a 40% discount on one full-priced electrics item (any item with a plug) once in a calendar month of your choosing. Additional terms and conditions apply. See the Employee Handbook for details. 401(k): All regular employees are eligible to participate in the Sur La Table Savings and Retirement Plan. Eligibility begins the first of the month following six months of service. Sur La Table matches 50% of traditional and Roth contributions up to 4% of base pay. Refer to benefits resources available at the store or Sur La Table Intranet for additional details.
The best part was the discount on store products and one electronic a month at that discount was super nice until they decided to get rid of it and only offer it 2x a year which is ridiculous.
Unless you are a full time employee, which are only management positions: you do not get any benefits
the health insurance is way to expensive
They offer no benefits for part-time people . And are Notorious for cutting your hours down every week as it suits them
There are no benefits for part time employees - standard for the industry, but still not good. There is an employee discount, but the way it is carried out makes it less of a benefit and more of a liability. The discount is taken off of the initial retail price, not the lowest price, of the item so when it goes on sale the customer is usually getting a better deal. Or the price is $2-5 dollars lower, which you can usually beat by 15 minutes of shopping around.
Kind of pricey but very good insurance.
Complete medical doesn't cost a fortune. There are no bells and whistles but it's adequate coverage for full time positions.
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