Benefits were great including; 401K, Retirement plan options, dental, health, paid time off after a year, sick leave and great employee discount.
They have a fairly comprehensive benefits package, health insurance, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k) contributions, etc. However, there is a review period for hours, which can dictate if you keep or lose your coverage. This can be tricky especially if the measurement period includes summer hours since summer is the least busy for the store and they cannot always give everyone their requested hours.
The best thing is that they donate 10% of your salary into a 401(k) If you were over 30. The worst thing is that sick time is Combined with vacation time.
Contribution to your 401k without your contributing anything at all. Health and dental for part-time workers, which can take up to half a year to kick in, but is decent once you have it.
100% 401K match is unheard of in retail/grocery store, vacation time and health insurance after 90 days.
Mates (managers) basically earn 1 day "off" every 2 weeks. Health benefits are VERY good and affordable for the entire family. The 401K is amazing due to the fact that TJ puts in a set percentage of your yearly income.
Health insurance, 401k, retirement, raises, fun environment
An extra 10 percent put into your retirement account every year you work more than 700 hours.
yearly option to either receive a smaller cash bonus or larger bonus put into a retirement plan
As a young person with no dependents and relatively good heath, Trader Joe's has covered all that I need in health care. You have to be there 6 years to be fully vested for their 401k benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.