There wasn't really anything bad about the benefits with this company, even if I had a question about something, it was answered by my Store Captain or he got the answer for me right away.
The medical benefits are great and affordable. The medical benefits will also cover your gym membership with certain gyms. Starting out, they give 3 weeks of paid time off.
Really wonderful benefits for part time work. The company has been covering the difference in price raising for the past few years on health insurance plans, so it's very affordable to get a really good plan.
The deductible could have been lower, and there could have been fewer copays. Also, we do not get paid vacations. However, psychological health services are practically all covered.
Benefits for part-timers (30+ hours average) is great. The amount that TJs pays, however, is still lacking. For a family of 3, approximately 20% of check is used for benefits
You can't depend on getting medical insurance because you have no guarantees of getting the hours required, no matter what they tell you when they hire you. I'm supposedly "full time," but in truth, I'm not because the scheduling is so inconsistent. I'm on my mom's insurance, but for other workers, they have no insurance or have to go buy it separately. The only benefit I really have for practical purposes is a discount on food. It doesn't add up to much compared to the wear and tear on my body. I marked "unsure" about most of the benefits because you can't be sure to get any of them except your 10% discount on food.
The benefits package is good. Anthem BCBS in our area, copays are reasonable.
401k, retirement plan, medical, dental, vision and to top it all off, Free Gym Membership to selected Gyms!
Best thing: semi-annual raises, 401K, PTO, flexible hours, health and dental if you work 30+ hours, 10% employee discount (better than nothing), Worst thing: the health and dental is PPO, but it's really HMO. If you go outside their network it's super expensive.
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