The best thing was after 90 days you could begin a 401k with the company, and when my location was closed permanently, they provided generous pensions for all of us
Flexible work schedule for people in school.
It was a decent job for what they paid
Great health insurance, dental, Vision... discount on groceries that increases around holidays.
The health insurance is pretty lackluster, you have to be in the company for at least five years to get more than a 20% in store discount, and the discount itself only goes as high as 30%. Dental, vision, and disability insurance is such a joke that you might as well save your money and go for a private plan.
Monthly price of health insurance when up but the quality of care options went down. Required to use all vacation days up each year or you lose them completely meant an already short staffed department was barely staffed during year's end.
No benefits for part time employees
No benefits for part time employees.
Health insurance costs continue to rise but benefit value continues to decrease.
They offer very little as they are teetering on bankruptcy and trying to pinch all the pennies they can.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.