Discounted insurance, access to smith& barney investments, travel incentives.
They expect so much from you in an environment that is best for "working at your own pace", as they claim. Highly do not recommend working if you do not have a wide variety of family and friends that need new knives.
Incentives for paid work trips
Working at your own pace, essentially as a business owner is the best. If you work more, you make more. If you work less, you make less. It aligns with your effort. I can come and go and work from home as I need. There are lots of incentive trips, awards, contests, and district managers can earn a car. I am not directly provided insurance, but I make enough money to afford my own.
You get training, its just unpaid.. you also dont get sick days and all, but that is because of the flexible schedule that you can create. So if youre not feeling well, just dont schedule appointments for that day,
There aren't any traditional benefits like health insurance or dental. However, there are things like BMW leasing, trips to different places in Europe and Central America, and an abundant amount of other contests and bonuses for doing your job.
Incentive pay based on your career totals instead of current performance. Based pay in case you have a tough week. Ability to make your own schedule every week.
The schedule is flexible so any time off is up to you. The employee determines the success with the company!
Cutco has many benefits its actually offers you school scholarships which will help you pay for school and also if offers many free gifts and trips for free
not many benefits, but it makes sense since they employ mostly high school and early undergraduate students. they do train but it is accelerated into 2 days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.