Benefits are expensive. My husband's company offered an identical package for half the cost. They recently discontinued PTO roll over so It's now a use it or lose it policy which is tough given the workload
There was none other than PTO and 50% discount
401k, certain company discounts
I do like the 401(k), in 4 months I hav over 5k in my account, you can adjust your with holdings to whatever you can afford and we also get amazing discounts from hundreds of venders
50% off Makeup, And if your Store is top 10 in US in a variety of categories,you get a bonus
Great health insurance for small company
Healthcare benefits are good for full-time employees but the majority of employees are part-time
part time key holders get only 16 hours of PTO.
Solid healthcare benefits. Great PPO plan with low deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance. Generous perks added as you are promoted.
Nothing for part time or low ranking key holders for benefits. BM and ABM only. Depends on boutiques its impossable to get vacation days or time off, it was like pulling teeth. Bonuses or gift cards or gifts were also divided by your rank so a part timer only got a $12 bonus after taxes while the ABM got $150 for the same thing. Completely unfair. Also some boutiques stretched the rules on contests and got prizes that other stores that actually followed the rules didn't get because they didn't cheat. Each boutique is like an island so it's really hard to have control or consistency. Each one works kinda different, it totally depends on the managers. Hours are not set either, it's week to week. So prepare to get a second job to pay your bills. My boutique averaged 6 hours per employee during most of the year, with some girls at 3 hours to 8 hours each per week. Paycheck every other Friday. It's a fun job if you just want something to do, but tons of drama and no hours. Be prepared to work every single weekend because the managers want those days off. The training events they held off-site we're cool, they would fly us out or pay for a hotel or lunch to learn about new products but they stopped that in 2016.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.