Benefits are not paid for by the company, tuition assistance is very restrictive and limited, and while paid time off is earned based upon the hours you work per week. It is hard to schedule time off. All fulltime hours are reserved for employees with management positions regardless of how hard or little they actually work to support the store.
not sure if there was a best thing, it was a fairly decent package. The bonuses will never pay out because they are tied to unachievable standards
Great place to work for parents of children, especially around the holidays to help pay for Christmas. Fast paced environment and the management was great to work around our schedules (other jobs, school, etc.)
One of the best parts about the benefits package is knowing you are accounted for and have the ability to be able to take care of yourself and to be covered in case of any personal issues arrive and one of the worst things about it is it doesnt start your 1st day of work it requires you to wait a few months before things actually take action
I thought the best benefits were the following: on-campus gym (for a low cost, less than $20 a month); on-campus Starbucks; on-campus cafeteria with very inexpensive options. There were also nice campus-wide events, ie: Halloween parade, Christmas/holiday party, ice cream truck and Summer Fridays. Vacation/PTO and 401k were both standard offerings. Health insurance was very expensive . I did not have the dental or vision insurance. Employee discount was a joke, too - we saved more with regular coupons than we did through our discount. (And, it wasn't valid on many of the more-expensive items, ie: tablets, diapers, etc.)
They give there employees discounts and they can earn points by rewards cards.
Was part time and was not offered a benefits package aside from a 10 percent store discount on select items.
employee discount is the only benefit if you are part time like me so yeah thats it . still an average perk.
It's pretty standard. They have basic health insurance. After working there a year you'll earn so many paid days off. These days would accumulate if not used.
Time off is comparable to other employers, only 20 hours of carryover. Benefits are extremely expensive if you are not an Assistant Store Manager or higher, short window to receive benefits as well.
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