The benefits are cheap and amazing. You only need to work a minimum of 13 hours per week to receive retirement benefits and 32 hours per week to receive all benefits.
They offered a good retirement package after working with the employer for a period of time. Great employer and enjoyed it.
great place, 401k, amazing culture, discounts
I liked the raises that we would receive based off of our performance. We also got paid time off and we had really flexible hours. For retail, they were great benefits.
Health insurance if you work 30 hours or more. Retirement package. Vacation pay that you build up with every paycheck and it carries over through every year.
Good starting wage for people with no college degree. Amazing health insurance for low cost. Vested 401k after a couple of years. You accrue PTO at a regular but slowish rate.
10% off, a bit low. Food and drinks available every so often
They offer quite a bit, 401k matching, Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, and Earned PTO. The only downside is if your hours get low due to being out or slow season, you could miss out on qualifying Full-Time and lose your benefits, which leaves a lot of people stressed there. (this is typical in hourly jobs though)
Great benefits for a retail sales job.
Good health insurance, insurance pays for gym membership, but no holiday pay.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.