Health coverage, dental, 401k available at age/employment time minimum. Vacation coverage depends on full versus part time hours. Smokers must register for quitting program to qualify for coverage.
No real benefits for part time employees
Very flexible scheduling depending on the department and allows for students in a out of town school to take leave during the semester.
Internship/co-op didn't really have any perks or benefits.
The free health screenings, care cards, and local discounts.
Long list of additional benefits
The best thing was that they increased my pay significantly in the first 2 months. The worst thing was that they have a cap on specific positions and once you hit that you either stay put or try for another position.
They offer a nice 401k and will help you with that. They offer decent insurance as well as give paid time off. If you're part time they just give you the money for the vacation time if you don't use it but you need to use the time if you're a full timer.
Excellent heath benefits. I've needed a corrective surgery for my back for over 10 years, and none of my previous jobs had good enough insurance to cover it. After starting at Wegmans, I was able to get my surgery, AND get disability for 2 months (with 80% of my pay).
I am a part time employee and love it. I am in college and my managers will schedule me whenever I am free and want to work. Last semester I was unable to give an availability and so I would just call a few days ahead the weekend to see if they could put me on the schedule. I am also a scholarship recipient and I worked enough hours to qualify for vacation (meaning they deposit money worth 40 hrs work into your bank account at your anniversary year). Can't say enough good things about Wegmans!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.