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29 Companies That Offer Part-Time Jobs with Benefits - Updated for [2020]

29 Companies That Offer Part-Time Jobs with Benefits - Updated for [2020]

Are you considering part-time work because you’ve lost your job due to the pandemic? Maybe you’re voluntarily seeking part-time employment because you need the money or want the flexibility to work from home.

Whatever the reason, it can be hard to find companies that offer part-time jobs with benefits, especially positions with benefits like health insurance, family care, or the option to work remotely.  

We know how you feel.

If you are a telecommuting mom, transitioning in your career, or find yourself homebound because of the coronavirus, looking for part-time work can be overwhelming. There are thousands of opportunities, but also more qualified candidates than ever before.

We understand how daunting this can feel when your top priority is finding stable employment and benefits for you and your family. That’s why we compiled a comprehensive list of companies that offer part-time jobs with benefits, and we updated the list for 2020.

We’ll connect you to employers that offer incentives for part-time employees, including paid time off, healthcare coverage, dental insurance, 401(k), tuition support, maternity leave, and much more.

If you’re in a hurry, by all means skip right to the list. If you want more context, read on!

Why Part-Time Opportunities are on the Rise

For business owners and employees alike, 2020 was difficult to say the least, and 2021 may not be much easier. Countless businesses failed or filed for bankruptcy. Tens of millions of people were laid off from full-time jobs and lost their benefits.

While the unemployment rate is high, part-time employment is increasing as companies respond to the economic turmoil unleashed by the pandemic.  To survive, companies are cutting costs by hiring more part-time workers. It's a tough pill to swallow, but for some job-seekers, part-time work is the only game in town.

In fact, about 25 million people are now working part-time in the U.S., and about a quarter of those people are doing so involuntarily. As the Bureau of Labor Statistics puts it, "these workers, who would have preferred full-time employment, were working part-time because their hours had been reduced or they were unable to find full-time jobs."

The Part-Time Silver Lining: Better Work-Life Balance

Even if they would prefer a full-time job, many of these workers are coming to realize the many benefits of part-time employment.

Those who work part-time by choice already know about these built-in perks, including:

Benefits Matter

More people are re-evaluating their career choices and seeking jobs that offer greater flexibility, as well as better benefits.  To present one case in point, a survey conducted by the American Institute of CPAs, found employees favor benefits 4 to 1 over additional salaryThat holds true for those seeking part-time employment.

In addition, more companies are taking steps to attract and keep the best part-time employees they can find. Market Watch found that more employers than ever are offering benefits to part-time employees.  But you have to know where to look.

Don't worry! We've got you covered.

29 Companies That Offer Part-Time Jobs with Benefits

If you are ready to embrace part-time work, here is our updated list of 29 companies that offer benefits, incentives, family care, and other great perks.

1. Amazon

Now with over 1 million workers, Amazon is one of the largest companies in the world offering part-time jobs with benefits, and a significant number of those jobs are work from home.  Anyone who works more than 20 hours per week at Amazon is eligible for benefits.

Part-time Amazon benefits may include help with health insurance, fully paid vision and dental insurance, as well as life and disability insurance. As an hourly employee, you will also accrue sick time, personal time, and vacation time.

According to Amazon, "Part-time employees are also eligible for Amazon's innovative Career Choice program that pre-pays 95 percent of tuition for courses related to in-demand fields, regardless of whether the skills are relevant to a future career at Amazon."

If you are a skilled tech worker, you may be able to write your own ticket when it comes to part-time hours with benefits. The Part-Time Team Initiative offers full benefits at just 30 hours per week, with core hours of 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday thru Thursday.

Eligibility:

Must work more than 20 hours per week to receive benefits

Benefits and perks:

Life and disability insurance, dental and vision insurance, premiums paid by Amazon, funding towards medical insurance, and even restricted stock units for supplemental income. They also offer paid-time-off, holiday overtime pay, resources for mental and physical well-being, and discounts on Amazon purchases.

Family care:

According to Amazon, "Associates at Amazon are owners. In addition to the opportunity for stock, the company offers a 401(k) plan with 50%company match. Additional benefits include a free employee assistance program, which provides confidential 24/7 support, resources, and referrals for every aspect of work and personal life. Amazon also offers online resources for parents whose children struggle with developmental disabilities, as well as help finding child and elder care referrals and assistance."

If you want to learn more about working for Amazon, check out our complete guide. If you are ready to apply now, you can find hundreds of Amazon jobs on MotherWorks.

2. Ikea

At Ikea, they consider coworkers working at least 20 hours to be full-time, and they give corresponding benefits to all employees. Ikea was also ranked number one for the amount of Paid time Off it allows in the retail industry. Competitive medical and prescription plan (for coworkers who work more than 20 hours a week), generous 401(k), dental, and vision plans. 

Eligibility:

After 6 months of employment

Benefits and perks:

Retirement plan called "Tack" (the Swedish word for "thank you"), tuition assistance, coworker discount, and meal deal, & pet insurance.

Family care:

Yes. As found by Times, Ikea has a generous policy for new parents. The company offers four months of paid parental leave for employees who have worked there at least a year (part-timers too).

3. Costco

Costco is also known for providing its part-time employees good healthcare coverage such as medical, vision, hearing, prescription, and behavioral) for them and their families. Other benefits include a 401(k) plan, core dental plan, dependent care assistance, disability, life insurance to all eligible part-timers. Costco also has a good volunteer time off program for every team member to spend 20 paid working hours per year on volunteer work of choice. 

Eligibility:

After 6 months of employment (or 600 hours). Eligible for health coverage after only 450 hours.

Benefits and perks:

Most Costco warehouses have pharmacies in-house, making it easy to pick up prescriptions at work. Benefit-eligible employees' co-payments can be as little as $3 for generic medications, and a 15% co-pay applies to other types of medications. 

Family care:

Costco Wholesale offers 12 weeks of paid maternity leave, 12 weeks of unpaid maternity leave, and 12 weeks of unpaid paternity leave. All employees whose families qualify can take advantage of tax savings by enrolling in the Dependent Care Assistance Plan. This allows you to pay for daycare for children under 13, as well as adult daycare, with pre-tax dollars. Costco has a great Adoption Assistance Reimbursement program that pays certain fees associated with the adoption process.

4. REI

REI pays for the majority of part-time employees' medical plan cost with the Flex Plan. It provides generous profit-sharing benefits, health insurance, disability, life insurance, and traditional 401k. Paid time off includes vacation pay, sick pay, 8 paid holidays, and sabbatical pay. Employees can also request up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave in a year.

Eligibility: After 1 year of employment

Benefits and perks:

REI employees receive 50% discounts on REI Gear and Apparel. They also offer a 50% off public transit subsidy for commuters, and you can gain an extra $100 – $2,000 bonus for employee referrals. Other perks include a national discount gym/fitness and tuition reimbursement. REI supports outdoor adventures, so they offer all employees a 'Yay Day' every six months to go outside and play. Then there are REI Adventures! which are trips with a 30% discount.

Family care:

REI provides a generous leave of absence program, including REI Medical and Family leave for employees who do not yet meet FMLA eligibility. Additionally, REI extends FMLA leave to care for a life partner, life partner's child, or a sibling. REI also provides two weeks of paid parental leave for working mothers and fathers. In addition, adoptive parents who are eligible for the REI Flex Plan can receive up to $3,000 reimbursement to apply toward adoption costs.

5. General Mills

Health insurance for all employees includes medical & vision care, mental healthcare, dental care, and prescription drug subsidy. General Mills provides 18 days paid time off, 15 days paid sick days, and 12 weeks unpaid sabbatical after 7 year(s) of employment. Medical facilities are provided at some locations, and coverage is screening for breast cancer, skin cancer, prostate cancer, blood pressure. 

Eligibility:

After 1 year of employment (19+ hours per week)

Benefits and perks:

Alternative treatments such as acupuncture, homeopathy, or chiropractic are also provided by General Mills.  Moreover, a fitness center is available to use at some locations.

Family care:

Yes. Fully-paid maternity leave lasts 30 days. For fathers, job-protected paternity lasts 10 days, as well as the leave for adoptive parents. Other things to make a working mother's life easier include: on-site childcare (at headquarters), on-site or near-site back-up childcare center, paid sick leave to care for a child or relative, offsite subsidized childcare, childcare reimbursement during business travel, and eldercare resources. Moreover, they also cover fertility treatments when eligible. 

This company is one of the best ones for working mothers also for the fact that they provide lactation rooms for breastfeeding mothers. Each lactation room has its own breast pump, a comfortable chair, and sanitizing wipes. Moreover, it has its own mini-refrigerator for the mom to store her milk.  Source: General Mills

6. Apple

As of 2010, Apple has made it possible for part-time employees to receive full medical insurance coverage as part of their compensation. Besides providing insurance coverage for employees, Apple extends it to their spouse, domestic, or same-sex partner. Apart from good pay, the benefits seem to be what keeps everyone happy. As for other larger benefits like vision, dental, health, they are available after 90 days.

Employees are treated to free beer and appetizers at the company's beer bashes. At Apple, new hires get 12 days of paid time off — but Glassdoor reviewers report it increases over time.

Eligibility:

After 1 year of employment (only 15+ hours per week)

Benefits and perks:

Discounts. Apple workers get 25% discount per item once a year, 10% discount afterward, and a one-time $500 discount every 3 years for larger purchases are provided.

Family care:

Apple offers up to 18 weeks of paid time off and an additional six weeks of unpaid time off for all birth parents. Other parents of a newborn newly adopted or newly placed foster child "may be eligible" for up to six weeks of paid time off and an additional six weeks of unpaid time off.

Apple also offers a dependent daycare spending program, which allows employees to set aside up to $5,000 in pre-tax dollars for daycare. Finally, Apple provides ten days of "back-up care" for elders and children, which can be used for emergencies or one-off needs. Also, the tech company covers the cost of egg freezing. 

7. Caribou Coffee

The coffee company Caribou Coffee also offers benefits to part-time workers typically only associated with full-time employment. For workers who meet that requirements, Caribou Coffee offers medicalvision, and dental coverage. Plus, they offer a 401(k) and paid time off.

Eligibility:

After 3 months of employment

Benefits and perks:

Free drinks per shift

Family care:

Not really, but according to reviews, it is an excellent place to work part-time, largely due to a friendly company atmosphere.

8. Chipotle

Chipotle also offers part-time employees health insurance. 401k and matching, dental, and vision are also covered for part-time employees and varying medical plans for individuals. 

Eligibility:

After 1 year of employment

Benefits and perks: Chipotle offers tuition reimbursement for those that do not see themselves working in fast food long-term.

Family care: Health insurance is also offered to the employee's life partner.

9. Lowe's Home Improvement

Lowe's is quite unique from other companies on this list because it gives part-time employees the chance to immediately enroll in the benefit packages by applying within 31 days of hire. These benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, and 401K.

Eligibility:

Immediately

Benefits and perks:

Lowe's offers an employee stock purchase plan for part-timers. Other benefits that are rarer to find in other companies include aid for critical illnesses and fixed indemnity.

Family care:

Lowe's has recently made changes to its parental leave policies and decided to reward full and part-time employees a one-time $1,000 cash bonus.

10. Staples

Staples offers a solid benefits package for part-time employees, including dental, vision, life, dependent life, accidental death, and short-term disability insurance coverage to all part-time associates. They are also eligible to participate in the 401(k) plan.

Additionally, they share for the public that "The medical plan is currently via AETNA and costs employees approximately $24 per paycheck. That number rises to $65 if you're also covering dependent children and/or a spouse."

However, if you live/work in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Washington, and North Dakota, you will not enjoy these benefits as they are not available for part-time workers.

Eligibility:

After 2 months of employment

Benefits and perks:

in their Framingham office, employees have access to on-site health and fitness center, on-site dry cleaners, and on-site sundry and coffee shop.

Family care: The benefits are also available to the employees' children and spouses. Associates in the Framingham Home Office have access to discounted on-site childcare. 

11. Microsoft

Microsoft employees rate the benefits package 4.4 stars out of 5! As per a review on Glassdoor, part-time workers at Microsoft get the same benefits as full-timers, even though it will take some time to enjoy them. The benefits include a 401(k) plan that offers a $0.50 match for every pre-tax or Roth dollar saved, up to the IRS limit for pre-tax and Roth contributions.

As for medical coverage, vision care offers one annual eye exam and reimbursement for one pair of glasses or contacts per year. Dental care is also covered, including orthodontic services.

Regarding time off, 15 paid vacation days, 10 paid sick-leave days, 10 paid U.S. holidays, plus two personal days every year are offered. In addition, Microsoft gives its workers the possibility to keep a work-life balance by being able to accommodate your family's needs with flexible work schedules.

Eligibility:

After 1 year of employment

Benefits and perks:

24-hour health line & free on-campus health screenings and flu shots are provided through the Living Well Health Center. For workers in the Seattle area, doctors can come to you 24 hours a day. Microsoft CARES Employee Assistance Program: access to services for things like individual or family counseling, stress relief, and parental and educational support, and referrals for eldercare, childcare.

There's also such thing as a College Coach program, which helps with planning and navigating your children's college admissions and the financing process. Finally, there's the Stay fit package, which reimburses annual expenses for gym memberships.

Family care:

Microsoft offers a very generous parental leave compared to other companies: 20 weeks of paid time away for birth mothers and 12 weeks of fully paid parental leave for all other new parents, including adoptions and foster placements. Moreover, employees are given 4 weeks of fully paid leave to care for an immediate family member with a serious health condition.  

To top it off, they send "baby boxes" and offer a back-up childcare program to employees. Moreover, lactation rooms are provided, plus the cost of shipping breastmilk is covered for employees who travel for work.

12. JP Morgan Chase

This multinational bank is known for being very generous with its part-time employees. These benefits include medical, dental, and vision, use of flexible spending accounts, disability, life and accidental insurance, and a 401(k). 

Eligibility:

After 3 months of employment (20+ hours a week)

Benefits and perks:

After one year of service, all employees can take part in the JP Morgan Chase retirement plan, becoming 100% vested after three years of service. There's also reimbursement for tuition and discounts on in-house products as long as you work over 20 hours of work per week. 

Family care:

Childcare assistance is provided.

13. Nike

Nike is one of the best companies for providing health benefits to its part-time employees. There are multiple packages you can benefit from by working for this company. Insurance covering health, life & accident, disability, basic dental, and vision coverage are all offered.

Eligibility:

After 1 year of employment

Benefits and perks: On-site fitness centers!

Family care:

Nike Child Development employees at its world-class childcare centers welcome hundreds of children every workday at the Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Ore. The teams provide the kids — infants to 5-year-olds — with a diverse, creative learning environment and experiences that only Nike can deliver. Easy access to Nike's facilities and grounds offers opportunities for movement and activities, and Child Development employees often participate in on-campus farmer's markets, athlete visits, and other events.

14. Whole Foods

Whole Foods provides part-time employees with decent health insurance and a good 401k plan, and overtime pay for those working over 20 hours a week. While not as generous as full-time benefits, the benefits are still considerable, especially when combined with their "Personal Wellness" program, where part-time employees can earn up to $1,800 every year to pay for their health deductibles and other out-of-pocket health expenses.

Eligibility:

After 3 months of employment (20+ hours a week)

Benefits and perks:

Employees get 20% to 30% off your sale purchases, which is great for grocery shopping expenses.

Family care:

Domestic partners are also eligible to receive an employee discount.

15. Aerotek

Aerotek offers generous medical benefits to its contracted workers who put in at least 20 hours per week. Medical benefits include dental and vision coverage. They offer 401(k) and plans to save for retirement and college. Tuition reimbursement for career-related courses is possible after six months.   Employees have 16-paid days-off each year and two extra days of paid time off, which can be used anytime during the year for non-national holidays.

Eligibility:

After 1 month of employment

Benefits and perks:

Aerotek employees receive discounts on car rentals, electronics, entertainment, fashion, travel, and many other services. 

Family care:

Spouses and dependent children are also eligible for this insurance. For a part-time working mother who needs health coverage for other family members, this is an excellent place to work at.

16. United Parcel Service (UPS)

The United Postal Service provides part-time workers employees the same benefits package that full-time workers receive. This includes medical, dental, vision, hearing care, HSA, life insurance, stock purchase incentives, and prescription drug coverage. You likewise have access to their Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Eligibility:

After 3 months of employment (225+ hours)

Benefits and perks:

"Earn and learn" is an attractive tuition assistance program, which offers a $25,000-lifetime benefit to employees taking courses toward a degree at an accredited brick-and-mortar or online college or university.

Family care:

Once your own benefits eligibility begins, your dependents also become eligible for the medical, prescription drug, dental, vision, hearing, and behavioral health benefits. Your dependents can be your spouse (or ex in some cases), your children up to 26 years of age (or older if disabled).

17. Barnes & Noble

Part-time employees at Barnes & Noble, a premier bookseller, get a generous benefits package. Part-time employees receive paid vacation time, personal time, sick days, and holidays. Work schedules are very flexible, making it a desirable job for working mothers.

Employees can take part in dental and health plans. The company also offers a 401(k) plan with employer match up to 4%. Moreover, they also offer competitive programs for transit benefits.

Eligibility:

After 6 months of employment

Benefits and perks:

The employees receive discounts on all products, including electronics, flowers and banking services, and the e-reader Nook and its accessories. One can also increase your product knowledge or read for fun through their book loan program, which is available for hard copies of books and NOOK Books.

Family care:

Coverage for your spouse or domestic partner and children is also available. 

18. 5/3 Bank

The banking giant offers fairly generous benefits to part-time employees who put in more than 20-hours per week. These benefits include health, dental, vision, and life insurance.

Eligibility:

After 1 month of employment 

Benefits and perks:

Part-timers are also eligible for "Benefit Choice Dollars," which is an additional cash compensation equal to 4% of benefits salary that can be used to offset the cost of elected benefits.

19. H&M

H&M offers its part-timers benefits, including medical, vision, vacation time, and 401(k).

Eligibility:

After 1 year of employment (1,250 hours)

Benefits and perks:  

Pet insurance and a paid day off on employees' birthdays.

Family care:

It has recently been announced that beginning January 2019, H&M will offer six weeks of paid parental leave to eligible part-time employees. The retailer decided to extend its leave policy since the majority of H&M's employees (10,000 people) are part-time workers.

20. Lands' End

Part-time and seasonal employees at Land's End (whether at corporate headquarters or in retail stores), receive benefits that include auto insurance, health insurance, a group legal plan, and others.

They additionally offer generous employee discounts on Lands' End and Sears merchandise, and free access to the Comer Center, a state-of-the-art fitness and wellness complex for Lands' End employees and their families. 

On their website, they state specifically that they're big on preventative care, which is why they have an on-site Medical Center, giving employees access to regular health screenings and a full range of physicians, dietitians, dermatologists, physical and massage therapists. Thoughtful to say the least!

Eligibility: N/A

Benefits and perks:

Merchandise discounts for employees, their spouses, and dependent children are given. Employees receive additional discounts from a variety of national and regional brands, including Apple and Ford and Sears® stores, as well as savings on movie tickets, cell phones, insurance, and family destinations like Wisconsin Dells water parks and attractions.

Moreover, homeowner's insurance is offered. Plus, there's on-site dry cleaning and an on-site market as additional perks. 

Family care:

Childcare assistance is provided. They also have a family-friendly Comer Center , which offers health and wellness activities for Lands' End employees, retirees, and their families access to many programs, from CPR training, basketball, and swimming to knitting classes, prenatal care, and martial arts.

21. Home Depot

The benefits package at Home Depot is available to both part-time hourly and full-time hourly employees. While only full-time employees are eligible for medical benefits, part-timers can still get dental, vision, short-term disability, and life insurance. 

Eligibility:

Only if you work 30+ hours a week

Benefits and perks:

Many part-time employees can qualify for tuition reimbursement, the employee stock purchase plan, and an employee discount on items purchased at their store.

Family care:

Adoption assistance is offered.  The Back-Up Dependent Care Advantage Program offers eligible associates 10 days of back-up care when you need to be at work. Your regular child or adult/elder care is unavailable.

22. Activision Blizzard

If you're a part-time employee for video game developer, Activision Blizzard, and you work for 30 hours a week – You are entitled to a 100% coverage for your healthcare premium, which includes prescription drugs, vision, and dental care, and mental care.

Eligibility:

Only if you work 30+ hours a week

Benefits and perks:

They have a robust tuition assistance program designed to "assist employees in furthering their educational development in an ongoing effort to recruit, retain, and develop qualified individuals."

Family care:

The dependents of a part-time employee are also eligible for about 80% healthcare company coverage. Activision Blizzard sends new parents' home with a $1,500 baby-soothing bassinet, which they have on loan for 6 months.

23. Starbucks

Starbucks offers excellent benefits to part-time employees, making it a company that is sought after by students or mothers who decide to work part-time. These benefits include medical, dental, vision coverage, life insurance, and 401(K)-matching. Part-timers are offered a unique combination of perks, health benefits, and assistance called "Your Special Blend." Moreover, most part-time employees receive coverage for hospitalization, lab tests and x-rays, office visits, emergency care, and prescription drugs.

Eligibility:

After 3 months of employment (240 hours)

Benefits and perks:

Starbucks' generous package also offers unique benefits college tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance, mental health treatment, including chemical dependency and short-term counseling for stress-related issues.

Family care: 

Starbucks' benefits package for full and part-time employees includes workers paid parental leave for up to six weeks, including sick days. Adoption allowance is also paid at 100% of their average pay for up to 6 weeks. In addition, all new parents are eligible to take 12 weeks of unpaid leave without needing to meet Family Medical Leave (FMLA) eligibility requirements. Further, non-store partner new parents – including spouses and domestic partners – who welcome a new child, by birth, foster, or by adoption will be eligible to take 12 weeks of paid leave.

In January of the upcoming year, Starbucks will start offering Care@Work. This means all Starbucks partners who work at U.S. company-owned stores will receive 10 subsidized back-up care days a year for kids and adults. Employees will be able to choose to pay $1 a day for in-home care, or they can pay $5 a day for each child at a center. After the 10 days, workers pay the full cost for services to Care.com.

24. ALDI

Aldi is a small supermarket chain that you may recognize from its distinct blue and orange logo. As a quaintly-branded German supermarket company with more than 10,000 stores in 20 countries, Aldi is larger than meets the eye, even owning the U.S. operations of Trader Joe's (a subsidiary of Aldi).

Eligibility: Many benefits are available after 1 year of employment (dependent on the level of position)

Benefits and perks:

Aldi is an excellent company to consider for reputable employment. The benefits they offer include:

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401(k) at 5% matching
  • Vacation time
  • Paid holidays
  • Maternity leave
  • Company car for specific roles

There is 1-week of paid vacation and 3-days of paid sick leave each year. In addition to paid holidays and incredible 5% 401(k) matching, Aldi will ensure that you actually use those paid days off. If you do not use your paid days off, they will instead add supplemental funds to your paycheck.

Family care:

Aldi offers maternity leave (duration unlisted), family plans under their health/dental/vision plans, as well as a company-wide focus on caring for its employees. As a European company, there is less of a capitalistic approach to business and more of an employee-first mentality.

One current employee of Aldi writes of its coverage in 2020, "This company's benefits are top of the line, the pay is above average, but their benefits package just knocks Aldi out of the park. They very much focus on taking care of their employees." Another employee writes, "Probably the best benefits package I've had at any job I've worked for.

25. U-Haul

As a self-service moving company that originated in 1945, U-Haul is another company that requires seasonal assistance and part-time help; the benefits offered by U-Haul include medical and dental coverage. Employees must cover the full cost of premiums, and there can be supplemental insurance sometimes required for part-time employees.

Eligibility:

Must work a minimum of 20-hours per week

Benefits and perks:

U-Haul offers direct stock purchases, and 401(K) plans to contribute to one's retirement fund. There is no public statement online released about the specificities. They've even created the You Matter program to address mental health in their employees.  Stating, "The industry leader in DIY moving and self-storage is partnering with ComPsych® to offer its Team Members comprehensive mental and emotional support in their daily lives. There is no employee cost for this added benefit."

Family care:

U-Haul's Medical Coverage site describes - Upon completing the program activities, U-Haul will make the following contributions:

  • No program activities completed: $76.00 member-only coverage or $152 family coverage
  • U-Haul University course HRS 139CT: Becoming A Healthier-U: $75.00 member-only coverage or $150 family coverage
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Assessment: $75.00 member-only coverage or $150 family coverage
  • MDLive Registration: $74.00 member-only coverage or $148 family coverage

If all activity programs are completed U-Haul will have a total contribution of $300 for member-only coverage or $600 for family coverage.
If you or your spouse do not wish to voluntarily participate in the programs, you may continue to contribute to your account, however, you will only receive $76 for member-only or $152 for family coverage.

26. The Container Store

Offering the standard benefits, Container Store part-timers will receive access to medical, dental, and vision plans. Furthermore, they offer 401(K) matching and discounts on products/services that the company finds to be enriching to their employees' lives. There are several packages to choose from, and you can certainly find one to suit your needs.

Eligibility:

Available within 30-60 days

Benefits and perks:

Counseling for families, corporate wellness plans, gym membership discounts, and even discounts on your pet insurance!

Family care:

One may also be able to obtain coverage for their domestic partner, even if only common-law married.

27. Macy's

Predominantly shifting their retail business online, there is no better time to join the commerce-sphere as it reorganizes itself with virtual work being the norm. Macy's offers flexible schedules for employees and gives part-time employees many available packages to choose from regarding healthcare benefits and retirement plans.

Regardless of if you are a full-time employee, part-time worker, or hourly associate – Macy's has comprehensive benefits packages for every type of employee to choose from. Accessed online, Macy's is a company that values convenience and inclusivity, making your benefits information accessible on desktop or mobile.

Offering more than the status quo of benefits, Macy's also developed its Live Healthy Wellness Program, which offers:

  • "Know Your Numbers" health screenings
  • Flu shot clinics
  • Tobacco cessation programs
  • Disease management programs
  • Lifestyle coaching
  • Wellness mentorship
  • And more.

Eligibility:

Must work at least 20 hours per week.

Benefits and perks:

Employee discounts of 20% on products, career growth opportunities, dental insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, paid vacation, bonuses, and more.

In addition to their Live Healthy Wellness Program that extends benefits outside of the professional life of their employees and into their personal lives, Macy's bridges this gap by providing other programs such as their LeaveSharing system.

LeaveSharing allows you to help your fellow Macy's coworker by donating part of your paid time off to someone in need. The same can be done for you, creating a professional environment that recognizes the community and wellness aspects of company growth. Macy's understands that employees who are able to take better care of themselves – will, in turn, take better care of their company.

Family care: Family leave, paid time off, and more.

28. Lexington Health Network

As a family-owned business that provides healthcare support to seniors and in-home patients, this company owns more than 500 retirement centers and 150-assisted living facilities.

With more than 2,500 full- and part-time employees, Lexington has made multiple 'top part-time companies with benefits' lists because it not only values its part-time employees but shows them. Lexington Health Network offers a wide range of services

Offering 401(k) matching on up to 3% of one's salary (available after 1 year of full-time employment), Lexington also offers reasonable rates on health insurance, dental, and vision. In addition to this, they also provide paid time off, paid holidays, sick time, and tuition reimbursement.

Eligibility: N/a

Benefits and perks: They also offer discounts on movie tickets, hotels, theme parks, concerts, and other fun events within their partnership with BenefitHUB.

Family care: Many of the above are included for entire families, at a different rate than independents. Some argue that the benefits for family plans are a bit costly, while others say the rates for Lexington are similar to other companies, offering 'nothing more, nothing less.'

29.  Survey Monkey

Named in the 2018 Best Companies to Work in the Bay Area, Survey Monkey is a technology company in which nearly every role could be conducted on a remote-basis. Due to this, technology companies are a great avenue to take for part- and full-time work. As a cloud-based company created in 1999, this company saw a revenue intake of $254.3-million in 2018 and has not slowed down in the last twenty years.

Survey Monkey provides great benefits, including all health insurance, dental coverage, 401(K) matching up to 3% of salary, unlimited PTO, and stock investing options with purchasing discounts. The stock purchase plans are considered exceptional, covering up to 10% of your salary at a 15% discount, along with a 2-year look back.

Eligibility:

N/A

Benefits and perks:

A company that values work/life balance in the form of perks such as gym stipends, on-site yoga in California locations, and Survey Monkey is even creating a 25% match on retirement for certain tiers of employees.

Managers take personal development and coaching seriously, so you may receive exposure to a network of collaborative educators and learners that offer wellness sessions. A current employee writes, "Unlimited vacation, flexible work hours, gym, free breakfast and lunch, 12-week maternity leave, 4-week sabbatical after 4 years. Positive, fun people!"

Family care: 12-week maternity and paternity leave and family plans on versatile insurance coverage packages.

Final Tips

We hope this list has inspired a new shift in your employment perspective, perhaps widening the frame beyond full-time employment.

Do be aware: Health insurance statuses and benefits for part-time and full-time employees are rapidly evolving due to the Affordable Care Act. Some part-time employees have experienced a drop in their coverage with little to no notice. We don't mention this to scare you, only to advise you to:

  • Conduct research
  • Investigate each company
  • Never assume benefits will be automatic within the context of part-time employment

We are certainly in a challenging job market, but there is more opportunity than ever, especially for those seeking a part-time job with benefits.

Good luck in your search!

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