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What type of employee benefits does Ross offer?

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  • Only a 20% discount at Ross and DD's Discounts. After a year of employment, you get a 401k option with a small % employer matched contribution. No sick leave, vacation pay or health insurance.

  • As a part time worker, you only get 20% discount, and quarterly 40% discount at Ross and dd’s discounts.

  • For full time employees only: medical, dental, 401k, paid holidays (including your birthday!), paid vacation, maternity leave

    All employees get an employee discount at Ross and dd’s, and can use the Employee Assistance Program. There are certain double discount days.

    I noticed they have more “holidays” than some similar companies, so you get time and a half pay for those holidays if you’re hourly. Nursing mothers returning to work also get a private room and extra break time to use their breast pump. They are a progressive company and care about their employees’ well being better than most retail.

  • For a full-time employee full benefits

  • Being I was part time I didn't see any benefits.

  • For a full time employee they provide health care and vacation time off.

  • Health insurance

  • Ross offers all types of benefits, they are always trying to do whats best for their employees an remember there are a lot of employees. the have video training's on all sort of things. they always talk to employees about the do's an don'ts of the work place. there are a bunch more benefits you could receive in your employment duration with Ross.

  • None if u r part time

  • Only full time employees have benefits and besides the managers only 2 or 3 people have full time at my old store

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