The best thing about working at Dress Barn was the 40% discounts on everything in the store, but I also appreciated the carefully established protocols they operated with.
No benefits packsge that i can currently recall. It uas been awhile since i worked there though
If you are a part time assistant manager you don’t get health benefits, they cut that package for pt assistant a few years ago. Your bonuses are more than half the size of your full time assistant coworkers.
Not the greatest, but not the worst.
Permanent employee less hours so no benefits
Actual benefits are only offered to full-time employees. Part-time employees receive company store's discounts 20-40% off. There is an employee funded money pool that is used to support co-workers in emergencies and times of need.
Discount is really good
onsite gym with free fitness classes, cafeteria on site. Summer Fridays, 20+ days of vacation depending on years worked. sick days.
NO BENEFITS what so ever
Lots of money pulling out of your pay check for some kind of "benefits". All those deductions "benefits" doesn't make sense, you have no chance to use it. Due working 10-12 hours a day - no time to go to your doctors. And its absolutely, no free time for you or your family here. You stay long hours as dog! Always unexpected priorities on top of priorities. Stressful disorganized workflow. They offer you stacks of the Dress Barn instead of bonus, which constantly going down. And you can't sell it anyways before 5 years. But you leaving company before that anyways. It is a lots of lies going on. Im reading current comments on this company - and seems that is nothing change since I left. Working in Manhattan - completely different number on my pay check. Pays per hour. Nobody dragging you to stay late. Going home in time - that IS a benefit. Working next day fully rest and energize.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.