Flexible schedule, tons of free food, snacks, and beverages
company paid dental insurance is great!
When I started, meals were free for employees (up to a $10 value) across the board, short of a few of the more expensive menu items. Before I left, they changed the policy to include free meals for employees who had been with the company for over a year, and 50% off for those there less than that. Shortly before I left the company, they also introduced pto for employees. This was unexpected and a bit unheard of in the restaurant industry. We were told some inaccurate information concerning its accrual, which caused some confusion and malaise, but other than that it is a good system. They do offer health insurance for full-time employees, but it is through a relatively unknown provider, and is pretty expensive. There is no real leave policy (even for management), but if you need some time off (school, maternity, family, health etc) and have a good reputation at your store, management will often work with you.
They don't have a strong benefit package and they really won't offer it or tell you about it, till you really ask.
There's paid time off, and a match 401k plan. That is pretty good in itself, but there's also an increase of pto during your time employed there up to 5 years.
you get free meals
They tell you it is great but it is rare an employee ever is given enough hours to qualify. They just implemented a 401k match program.
Shift managers did not qualify for any benefits. Only general manager, assistant general managers and kitchen manager got benefits.
Low base salary but opportunity to make bonuses if you are successful and meet goals
As a Full-Time Employee, you can only receive certain benefits after a year of Service.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.