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A career at Mattress Firm offers GR8 benefits. Among many other perks, our team members enjoy: health, dental and vision insurance; FSA and HSA; life insurance; 401k; an employee purchase program... even pet insurance! Needless to say, our team members, their families and furry friends Sleep Happy!

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Nothing much. Medical is through the roof for mediocre care.

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They don't have GR8 benefits. Medical/Dental/Vision is very expensive and covers almost nothing. Costs go up each year and since Mattress Firm does not give raises, your standard of living goes down each year. They also suspend 401k matching whenever they feel like it.

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They have all of the standard benefits. Medical/dental/vision. The plans are very expensive (about $400 a month for mid-range family plan) and offer pretty limted coverage.

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Life, Dental, Paid time off, and 401k.

Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Aurora, IL 60506

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Not so geeat 401K, okay health insurance....

Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Homewood, AL

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Health, dental, vision, 401k, and the usual

Answered - ERP Systems Implementation Specialist (Operations) (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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Health, dental, eye, etc. All basic benefits

Answered - Manager on Duty (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT

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401K, Medical Plans (Different options & Vendors), Dental, and Vision. There is also tuition reimbursement and an option to purchase a bed once a year from the vendor!

Not to mention, they invest a ton in your training. I believe when I started it was over 100 hours your first year and it is nearly double that now.

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401k and dental benefits

Answered - Driver Helper (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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