The company matches whatever you put into your 401k
The company typically doesn't give you enough hours to qualify for benefits, most of us believe this is on purpose.
Cheap health insurance AND tuition for ASU online college.
Health benefits for part time employees(but they cost an arm and a leg) 30% discount at Starbucks and teavana 401k match Tuition reimbursement Free teas while you work 6 weeks paid 100% for maternity leave
Since Teavana was tied to Starbucks, we got all of the Starbucks perks. Loved the free coffee every week and the free tea.
Best: They pay for college 100%, they give you full coverage insurance, you get free tea. Worst: You need 20 hours a week for the insurance and school, nobody gets 20hrs a week except managers.
Plenty of benefits were made available to employees, both full time and part time. Each employee was able to select which benefits/benefits package s/he wished to receive (if any), and a small portion of each paycheck was deducted in order to go towards those benefits. Benefits include retirement, health care/dental care, and even paid time off (obtainable after working for the company for around a year, if I remember correctly). I can't think of any negative things about the benefits package, except that if your hours were less, because of money going into benefits, your paycheck would be rather small. This, however, can be incentivizing to improve as a team member and see your hours increase as your performance increases.
Receiving a percentage of personal sales, which is not common for most retail jobs.
Fantastic insurance at a reasonable price
The best thing is you are kept informed when you are eligible for your benefits and receive the benefit information via mail. When you call to sign up the representatives are very helpful.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.