Free Weight Watchers membership. 50% off on WW products. Good health,dental, vision and life insurance. If you die then your family automatically gets a years worth of your salary whether or not you opt in. Options of FSA and HSA and as well as life insurance to cover your children. Fresh fruit in the break room at all times. Filtered water and a Starbucks coffee machine in the break room as well. $150 reimbursement for any wellness purchase each year such as gym membership or tennis shoes. Discount at Planet Fitness. Discounts at various other services such as Verizon and Dell. Two week paid vacations each year.
Pretty excellent health, dental, vision, and 401k, plus profit sharing for senior staff. Nice gym reimbursement perk. Decent maternity pay policy. Starting to be more open to telecommuting and alternate work arrangements.
Hours are great, half off on products. Full time get's medical and 401k benefits.
It is offered depending on the number of meeting or hours worked.
Most Service Providers (SP's) in the stores are part-time (2-15 hrs/wk) and receive minimal compensation and NO benefit package. Few opportunities for more hours, except to sub for someone else. However, few of us work as SP's for the pay or benefits. We work for Weight Watchers because we love the members. That's the best benefit of working there.
Quality of health insurance. Not the best coverage, but by far not the worst.
If I averages 30 hours a week it entitled me and my family to health care with United Health Care with a fair cost to the employee. I also qualified for 3 weeks vacation after 3 years of employee in this support position.
Helping members! Being able to share experience with others.
Company Charges and Spousely Fee of $20 per month on top of a Family Plan PPO. Poor 401k Matching, You do get a free membership to the meetings but that not really a perk for most people. Medical Plans had very high deductibles and many doctors did not cover the plan. My kids had $30 dollar co pay every visit, even labs were not included, I picked the highest plan and it still was horrible. I had to put my kids on Child Health Plus because it just wasnt worth it.
Good Health Insurance and PTO.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.