In the first year the benefits are quick promotions, great people to work with, great learning opportunities, and the ability to qualify to travel. Once an executive manager, the benefits only increase.
You get no benifits!! They don't even pay for gas to go to all the stores you have to drive to!
There are no benefits, at all, whatsoever. "After 6 months you will get all the benefits!" Yeah, right.
There are absolutely zero benefits offered here. Not only that, they don't reimburse for gas or wear and tear on vehicle. If your lucky enough, maybe a few bucks a day, if that, for gas. Many people quit because they can't afford all the travel they make you do, and there's way more involved than they let on in the interview. I had to get an oil change every month because of the miles I put on my car. If you go on a long trip and you can convince them to pay you for car reimbursement, it'll be just enough to cover gas and nothing more, and maybe not even that much. Don't reimburse for food on the road or put you in a hotel with the amenities to be able to buy groceries. And if you want benefits, you won't make enough here to afford any. Don't let the salary reviews or The interviews they conduct fool you, 95% of people make just $700-1300 a month, not biweekly. unless you get to sell the best product somewhere that has never seen it, which is not often even though they try to convince you otherwise. If you work there long enough and get to be on a good product like this, you make $1600-2000 for that month only, but that's rare. You will literally make more money working for Walmart with better benefits. If you can stay on your parents benefits for a while, you can get away working here. If you can't like most people, you won't get any any time soon working at this company. My advice, if you want to be able to live comfortably or keep what money you have saved, don't work here. If you do, better not get sick.
What benefits package? I couldn't afford one with the money I made here, I couldn't even afford to live. I made more money waiting tables
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.