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‘It was also relatively typical. Around a 20% discount on most items, including sale items. ’
‘It’s prepaid in your pay check every two weeks ’
‘Typical in Canada. There is no real extension to what other Canadian employers offer their full-time employees. ’
Have to be full time to get benefits
They were typical for Canadian full-time jobs. Nothing overly excessive.
I only ever used the vision benefits, and I thought they were pretty good compared to other places that I worked at. The vision benefits were 200 dollars per year and 80 dollars off for the eye examination
Medical and dental benefits unparalleled in the industry.
Good Dental Good Medical Good retirement Good price(payment)
Get great discounts Health Benefits
Had health and dental benefits, which is quite good since I worked in the restaurant. Never had any problems claiming benefits and vacation and sick days seemed fair.
Not sure about the locations in the US but in Canada they offer generous benefits for all full-time (28 hours/week minimum) including dental, prescription, and physical therapy with exceptions. Limits increase as you become more tenured.
Pros good benefits Cons only pay 80%
can apply to many different needs, but only covers a certain amount and gets capped, never had it fully cover an appointment
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