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“its so minimal and they underpay but then want more money from employees for merch, not even cost. ON top of it they ask for donations constantly for all kinds of programs from horribly underpaid employees.”
“training consist of 2 weeks training; usually in a different location where you'll be placed”
“With a fully staffed management team, there are flexible hours”
Reasonable but not amazing benefits. Had a 401k but no matching as far as I can remember but this encouraged me to save.
Benefit package was pretty low comparatively speaking. Company’s health care plans were on the expensive side for families, time off accrual was pretty low as well.
Benefits were adequate, but employer cost sharing could have been more.
50% 401k match up to 6%
Multiple options for health care Etc
The best thing about Tilly's was its employee benefits . The company constantly use greater employee discounts to increase sales, which definitely make it worth it .
the benefits are horrible and they refuse to offer additional options, the CEO will not allow it. It is stagnat and very low coverage
20% discount along with discounted tickets to amusement parks, phone companies, and a lot more.
I was a part-time employee so the benefits that I got was that I would have 24 hours that I could use for sick time.
There weren't a lot of benefits and they only applied to you not a friend or family member.
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