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Bed Bath & Beyond Compensation Employee Reviews

What is the best part about your compensation package?

Unique and new benefits like Headspace, employee assistance and parental leave

Part timers dont receive benefits

Dont have or need one

Everything, that we get is good

the only compensation that is not monetary is the associate discount

Review from Sales Dept

It helps my kids alot

Review from Sales Dept

The health benefits is the best part

Review from Sales Dept

They are not as good as the make it seem.

Review from Sales Dept

the401k plan and the paid sick days

Review from Sales Dept

The pension. This is something that most private company employers no longer offer.

As a part time employee there wasn't one

Review from Customer Support Dept

I like the discounts a lot

Review from Sales Dept

Good benefits, stock options for managers

Review from Sales Dept

Employee discount and the monthly incentives you can order

Review from Operations Dept

The options available after 5 years.

Review from Sales Dept

The benefits package is antiquated. I see they are trying to make it better though. They offer 2 weeks vacation for all new non-VP associates regardless of position vs four weeks in other companies.

Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?


Review from Sales Dept

They pay me barely a dollar above minimum wage and there are literally zero benefits to speak of

$12 hour is not compensation

Review from Sales Dept

Pay is not competitive at all

Dont know what my benefits are

I been working there for over 5 years and I make the same pay as the new hires.

Part timers dont get any value and salary is minimal

No breaks. They put you on shifts that won't allow breaks

The stock had a ridiculous vesting plan over 7 years. There was no way to ever catch up. Benefits were okay but there were zero extras to make a person feel valued.

Constantly adding additional jobs with no additional compensation and no cost-of-living compensation

Yes. Toxic environment. Not following covid protocol. Young workers hired with no experience. Bosses just not qualified.

Too many job expectations for the pay.

Working 11-12 hour days is the norm. and there is no overtime. They need to adjust that.

my pay does not reflect the labor i work. i am severely underpaid and the people that are hired, quit shortly after. i work at a location in a plaza and we are the lowest paid employees in the plaza.

To be looked at on what I do for the company as me.

Managers talking better to employees and better wages

Review from Sales Dept

I was willing to work full-time but was told only managers were allowed so now i dont get benefits or even 30hrs a week while i need to afford to live off this job right now as well as many of my coworkers are the same

Minimum pay and maximum effort expected.

I have been a supervisor for 3 years and I have also had to step up and be interm store manager 5 times during these 3 years and I am barely paid more than my associates. The assistant store manager, who is lazy and doesn't do much, is paid signifcantly more and I do all the work

Management has the same people call out all the time but still give them more hrs then the people who show up to work and want the hrs. Give people incentive. Like if you can get 3 online orders you get a candy bar. Something like tjat

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About Bed Bath & Beyond's Compensation


Where This Score Ranks Bed Bath & Beyond's Compensation


In the Bottom 15% of 1309 similar size companies on Comparably


In the Bottom 10% of 623 companies in New York


5th place versus 4 competitors rated on Comparably

159 employees at Bed Bath & Beyond score their wages and compensation a D on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 38% say Yes. The HR department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 75/100, a full 29 pts above the Operations department. If you want detailed data about Bed Bath & Beyond's wages, see the <a href="">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>

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  • Ethnicity - Asian or Pacific Islander
  • Department - HR
  • Tenure - Less than 1 Year

Rate Compensation the Lowest

  • Ethnicity - African American/Black
  • Experience - 6 to 10 Years
  • Ethnicity - Other

How Bed Bath & Beyond's Compensation Score is Calculated


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