401K Matching, Good Health Insurance, Flexible Time Off (20ish days), Paid sick leave as well as maternity and paternity leave
Generous employee discount. 401k, stocks, health insurance, vision and dental. Paid vacation days.
The benefits package offered was too costly.
Best is that you get 3 weeks flex time the first year of working there, plus paid holidays off. Affordable health/dental/vision insurance packages. Sabbatical time offered to 15+ year employees. 401k participation is mandatory, but small percentage is matched. Worst is the occurrence policy for hourly employees, salary employees don't get those very often, even when deserved.
No perks at all the best thing you get is the company discount to purchase items in the store or online.
3 weeks vacation starting employment, company paid most of the health insurance
Flexible schedule and you get 30% off of all items at all stores and 50% off when you order online and in store
Everything is awesome. 401K matching program is amazing and the benefits are great. The benefits team is responsive and will bend over backwards to the help the employees.
Benefits for actual employees seem great, however I have been with the brand for two years as a contractor thru 24Seven. The benefits from 24Seven are insufficient and costly in comparison to what my co-workers receive as adidas employees. Having performed an integral job within the brand, clock in the same hours (overtime) as my counterparts in Portland, yet do not have a voice in the Pulse Check, do not receive a Bonus despite adding to the overall growth of the company, and do not receive the option to enroll into the adidas profit sharing / 401K programs.
They won't provide benefits if you work under 35 hours a week. So you're lucky if you even reach 30 hours a week. The only good thing was the discount. 30% in store and 50% online.
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