I was a full time educator and worked approx. 31 hours a week. I received full time health insurance with United Healthcare, dental insurance, and a $250 Yoga benefit (I believe you are taxed on this only if you spend it) to use at any boutique fitness/health facility. I was able to enroll in a 401K right when I switched from part time to full time and got to choose what percentage of my pay to stow away.
Free work out classes; great discount on clothes.
They offer health insurance, and 401K to full time employees.
The yoga benefit is great, you only get benefits if you work a certain amount of hours, and getting disability benefit after disability is pretty difficult and they don't give you information regarding it, you must look up for yourself
You get a different discount on clothing depending on if you are part time or full time. The catch is that you are only allowed to purchase clothing for yourself, they have the right to fire you if you buy clothes for other people. They do pay for a certain number of workout classes per week which is amazing. They do have a shop night on the holidays where you get a budget for discounted clothing for other people (not just yourself).
They do offer very good options for Health Insurance if you work over 25 hours a week. They do not however offer any time off/paid vacation unless you are a manager or assistant manager
The Fitness benefits are amazing.
I was able to go to all the doctors I needed switching to lululemon's insurance. Way better than being on ACA insurance.
Perks for physical and mental health development to improve the well being of the employee.
Fitness class debit card: sign up for any fitness class (brand awareness based) and it is comped by the company from an assigned debit card
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.