Sears
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What benefits does Sears offer?

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  • If your part time, none. Although you may qualify for 401k after working a minimum of 1000 hours.

  • Benefits are very weak compared to other companies of similar size.

  • After reading all these answers, I have realized that apparently their HR manager has not explained all the benefits to their FT employees, leaving then in the dark... When I was HR Lead for Sears Holding Company, that was one of my duties, to keep everyone on the same page and let them know that they could opt for the medical insurance thru the company or you could go to a local insurance broker and get awesome medical with little to none deductible. That's what I did and I kept Sears' great vision and dental. I took my position very seriously and when the FT employees cost for their medical increased the following year, I sought out other plans thru a insurance broker. So, it all depends on how your HR Lead takes their job... Seriously or not! I remember when I worked here during High School, 30 years ago... The part time cashier's, that was my position, back then... We received our birthdays off with pay, we were paid in cash every Friday, we had Exceptional deals and savings, our families were able to shop with extra special deals when the store was closed to the public, especially during the holidays. The vibe was that of a family..

  • Only if you are full time they provide all of the basic benefits that a regular employer would provide.

  • What is the vacation and time off for technican.

  • Paid vacation after 1 year with the company. Health insurance offered along with dental and vision. Four paid personal holidays a year.

  • None really

  • Nothing if they keep you under 40 hours, and they will try their hardest to do so!

  • Health insurance is outrageous. Family with of 4 standard 80+ cost over $1,400 month.

  • Very good benefits

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