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“Has to have been on the floor for at least 2 days. ”
“1-3 weeks a year depending on how long you've been there. You must take them one week at a time and during approved weeks. ”
“less than $100 usually for a single person. Tends to get a little pricey for families. You can self refer to specialists.”
Nothing worst, all good enjoyed a lot
Great benefits for little money on the employees part. No real drawbacks to the benefits package.
As of 2017 they only offer 1 week of vacation no benefits at all.They don’t offer a benefit package.No insurance at all.
BEST: Health insurance pretty great. Well priced with good coverage. WORST: That;s the only thing that really stands out. the other compensation is lacking
Employee Discount: 50% Clothes, Shoes, Bed & Bath and Accessories as long as the item has been out for 48 hours 30% off Jewelry, Housewares, Furniture, Books and Media as long as the item has been out for 48 hours 20% off Red-Tag (Brand new) merchandise They have health plan available for employees who have been full-time (30+ hours/week) for 6 months
The benefits are non existent for the regular employee
You can only get them if you are full-time.
They have no 401k package. Their health insurance package is with Obamacare.
Everything is the bare minimum. Whatever it takes to get by legal action.
They never told me about any! And I decided not to stay long enough to find out. Besides the %50%
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