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Top 9 employers that offer benefits to hourly workers
Last updated: June 28, 2022
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Solid benefits can turn a good job into a great job; these employers take care of their hourly workers with health insurance and more. This list of employers offer a variety of benefits options to their hourly workers – even part-timers.

ALDI employee benefits

ALDI is headquarters in Batavia, Illinois, with stores in the Midwest, East Coast, Atlantic Coast, and Southwest. It has a reputation as one of the best grocers to work for. To be eligible for ALDI benefits, employees are required to work hours: 25+ hours per week.

ALDI benefits include:

  • Health insurance, with dental and vision
  • Company-funded Health Reimbursement Account
  • 401K plan with company match up to 5% of gross income
  • Time-and-a-half pay on Sundays and holidays
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid sick time
  • Paid holidays

Costco employee benefits

Costco is a wholesale warehouse giant with a reputation for treating employees well. It can be difficult to get hired at Costco stores because of their low turnover. In addition to paying higher-than-market wages, the company also has a solid benefits package. To be eligible for Costco benefits, employees are required to work hours: 24+ hours per week.

Costco benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, hearing, vision
  • 401K plan, with the company matching 50% of employee contributions
  • Stock options
  • Time-and-a-half pay on Sundays
  • Paid vacation (after one year)
  • Paid sick time
  • Paid holidays
  • Biannual bonuses (after five years)

FedEx employee benefits

People like working for FedEx. And according to employee reviews, FedEx has a positive work culture as well as good pay and benefits. Of special note is the tuition reimbursement program. To be eligible for FedEx benefits, employees are required to have 90 days of working 32+ hours a week; 1,000 hours as a part-time employee (up to 32 hours a week.)

FedEx benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, Employee assistance program, 100% paid by company
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid holidays
  • FedEx discounts
  • Stock options

IKEA employee benefits

IKEA's progressive employee benefits, such as pet insurance, can be tracked to IKEA’s Swedish heritage. To be eligible for IKEA benefits, employees are required to work hours: 20+ hours per week.

IKEA benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, vision
  • 401k with company match up to 6% of gross income
  • Tuition assistance
  • Co-worker discount and meal deal
  • Pet insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Paid parental time

Lowe's employee benefits

Home improvement giant Lowe’s offers flexibility in scheduling and good benefits, even for part-time employees - setting itself apart from other retail employers. To be eligible for Lowe's benefits, employees are required to work hours: 20+ hours per week, after 89 days of employment.

Lowe's benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, vision
  • Paid vacation (full time employees only; 30+ hours weekly)
  • Paid holidays (full time employees only; 30+ hours weekly)
  • Stock options
  • 401K with company matching up to 3% of gross income
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Nordstrom employee benefits

High-end retailer Nordstrom has made the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list 20 years in a row. Their culture emphasizes a healthy workplace – they have an onsite wellness program and give days off for volunteer work. They also include paid parental leave and a store discount. To be eligible for Nordstrom benefits, employees are required to work hours: 20+ hours per week.

Nordstrom benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, vision
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Employee stock purchase plan
  • Paid time off
  • Paid parental leave
  • Store discount

REI employee benefits

Outdoors retailer REI focuses on work-life balance for its employees, and also offers a benefit plan that focuses on health insurance, profit sharing, and discounts on merchandise. To be eligible for REI benefits, employees are required to work hours: 20+ hours per week.

REI benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, vision
  • 401K with company match up to 5% of gross income
  • Profit sharing (as a 401K deposit)
  • Staff discounts on store products and REI travel products

Starbucks employee benefits

Most of Starbucks’ store employees are part-time – and most earn benefits. One of the company’s most innovative benefits is backup child care, a low-cost alternative for parents when their normal child care coverage falls through. Employees feel supported and Starbucks stores remain staffed – everyone wins. To be eligible for Starbucks benefits, employees are required to work hours: 20+ hours per week.

Starbucks benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, vision
  • 401K plan that includes an employer match of up to 6%
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid maternity leave
  • Adoption assistance
  • Tuition assistance
  • Backup child care
  • Employee discount + free coffee

Trader Joe's employee benefits

Trader Joe's is a unique grocery store that offers employees an in-store discount as well as solid health coverage and a profit sharing plan. To be eligible for Trader Joe's benefits, employees are required to work hours: 20+ hours per week.

Trader Joe's benefits include:

  • Health insurance, dental, vision
  • 401K that includes company contribution up to 10% of gross income
  • Paid time off
  • Store discount
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