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11 questions about working at Save on Foods
Those benefits are provided to you after you have been employed with Save on Foods for 6 months. (not 3 months, not a year).
Answered 3 May 2017
All team members accrue additional vacation time with tenure, so this varies from person to person depending on how long they have been with the organization (up to a maximum of 6 weeks)
Answered by Save on Foods
15 March 2019
80% full benefits for those working 24-40hrs a week. Medical, dental, vision.
Answered 30 May 2017
Grid B doesn't get sick days. Grid A get 1 or 3 monthly.
Answered 28 September 2018
Is part time have benefits?
Asked 13 January 2019
Nope they did not.
Answered 13 January 2019
Yes, every employee gets a certain discount on groceries.
Answered 21 December 2019
Dental ($1500/year) and MSP
Answered 8 May 2019
Most normal stat holidays are given.
Answered 16 December 2021
Is there a dental benefits?
Asked 29 August 2020
if you are full time.
Answered 29 August 2020
Yes, you can submit a RTO (Requested Time Off) 3 weeks in advance, before your schedule is made for that week and the managers consider it while marking your schedule for that specific week!
Answered 16 August 2020
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