Wawa has discounts on mobile plan, food while on shift, free complimentary drinks, extra savings on shopping / movie tickets/ theme parks and auto/ home insurance deduction can be done along with pet insurance. They have 401k match by 4% if you put in 5% after 1 year of employment (though you can input in after 1 month after starting) , esop (employee stock) percentages based upon how many years you have stayed with the company, mental health coverage through carebridge, and yearly increases. Always room for advancement within. Flexible hours, and college tuition help. They are big into helping the community and helping fellow wawa employees when they fall on bad times with their associate in need fund. They also have their own credit union you can do direct deposit too with high interest rates to increase your savings. They have a recognition program where you can earn "goose bumps" to get cool items / clothing / tickets to places. Even if you are part time you can accrue paid time off as long as you work 1000 hours within a year. Holidays are time and 1/2 which you can sign up for. They give leave for military, personal, health, pregnancy, family member health issues , disability, and domestic violence leave with job security. They give you on the job training and video training. In my opinion their pay rates are higher than other companies. They do also provide medical/dental/vision. They do also give breaks after 4 hours. They also encourage employees to come up with new ways to improve their company , they way they manage things and new ideas to help the company grow. They have contests also which you can win $. Over all this company is a great one to learn and grow with.
The benefits were great and affordable, for the most part, on a full-time salary. However, the cost of the benefits versus the pay rate often cut very close to not covering the cost of benefits because of labor downsizing.
Health benefits for anyone averaging at 31 hours a week, affordable health insurance, 401k, dental, vision, Con is that the sick/vacation hours are a very small % of what you work so you get very little unless you’re a manager
You get the type of treatment you deserve
Insurance for all fulltime employees. If hours go down, you will lose insurance quickly.
Though I worked part-time, the full-time employees often complained about their benefits packages, and how it was to keep them
You get 401k, health insurance, paid time off, vacation time, stock options. Every employee of Wawa is part owner. I've known of many that have retired from Wawa with a good amount of money.
The best thing is the Employee Stock Option and the low cost health benefits and their is no worst thing
All around great benefits package at Wawa. ESOP, 401k with company match, paid time off, maternity leave paid, paternity leave (unpaid), resources that are anonymous, great and affordable insurance plans with HSA options.
The best thing is there's a program to help my coworkers in a financial bind where you have the opportunity to donate to them.