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“I don't remember their policies well enough to elaborate I just know at that time they offered vacation and sick time.”
“They only match dollar for dollar the first 3 percent then 50 cents per dollar upto 6 percent ”
“Training is in a sorry state there is very little training”
Benefits were great! Medical was great
They offered a 401k plan. I believe you are automatically enrolled if you don't explicitly decide. There are also healthcare plans. Paid time off was the biggest perk.
Absolutely terrible company to work for. Work/life balance is atrocious, bad senior level management, cannot staff store properly due to budget constraints. Thankful I got out!
Part time benefits are nothing. Full time may be very different.
There is none unless you work 40 hours
working at giant food stores gives access to a website called working advantage where you can get many discounts for trips or activities you want to do
I worked part time, so I didn't get any benefits.
401k - 100% up to 3% 50% to 5%, medical dental vision cheap, 100% salary for 13 weeks disability, many benefits offered, PTO. 1 yr. 2 weeks, 5 yrs 3 weeks 10 years 4 weeks , 20 years 5 weeks, plus 12 personal holidays a year, no paid holidays as salary manaer, thats why the 12 phs. Lots of hours, grief, deal with no calls no shows.
The worst thing about the benefits package at Giant Food Stores is that I didn't receive one because I was not a full time worker and therefore did not qualify for a benefits package at that current time in my life.
Paid vacations, but it's very hard for managers to get their vacations. Union, but they wont call you back for months, and when they do they can't help.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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