Its existence is rare for retail.
Health and dental coverage (80%)
Take lots out of the paycheck but don't offer acceptable coverage options.
Health benefits require a year of service.
Health and dental may be good for those without, but my blue cross covered more for less than half of what I was being charged by Long & McQuade.
Average benefits package; generally enough for most people, but no optical coverage.
In Ontario, employees within the Toronto city limits are offered a capistation dental plan that is outdated and unethical. If you work 5 minutes north of the city limits your dental plan is through equitable life, your yearly maximum is 1200 instead of 1000, and you can continue to go to the dentist you trust, and not be forced to go to a dentist that you choose from a small list and doesn't care about you. This type of dental plan is very cheap for the company and very bad for its employees. Health benefits are through equitable life, basic entry level benefits where you have to pay out of pocket and be partially reimbursed ($45 chiropractor visit is reimbursed $15 to a max of $500/yr). Overall terrible benefits, they offer the bare minimum because it is retail and they want to advertise that they offer full benefits
The company provides a very good benefits package
You won't receive any vacation time off within your first year of working there.
Contracted so you can take whatever time off you'd like (unpaid)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.