We are the recognized leader in our field, dedicated to quality in every area of our business and respected for our outstanding business ethics.
We think our employees’ well-being is important and we hope you agree! Good health and well-being are important to Costco. Costco’s Employee Benefits Program is designed to promote health and personal welfare, protect income and help provide peace of mind.
- Health Care – The Costco Employee Benefits Program helps pay the costs of covered medically necessary and preventive care expenses
- Retirement – The plan has 3 major parts (1) your pre-tax and Roth Salary deferral contributions; (2) Costco’s matching contributions, and (3) Costco’s discretionary contributions
- Reimbursement Accounts -Costco offers three Reimbursement Accounts. You can choose to participate in any or all of these plans
- Dependent Care Assistance Plan (DCAP), to help pay the costs of care of your eligible dependents, including children under age 13 and dependent elders
- Health Care Reimbursement Account (HCRA), to help pay out of-pocket health care costs for you, your spouse and your eligible dependents
- Commuter Benefits Plan, to help pay certain costs of commuting to and from work, including parking fees and mass transit passes
- Family and Medical leave – Costco offers Leaves of Absence (LOA) to support you when you need time away from work for a variety of reasons
- Training and Certificate assistance
- Paid Time Off
- Sick Leave
- Costco Workplace Giving with Company Match
- Free Costco Executive Membership
- Relocation Support
Diversity and Inclusion
Costco strives to empower our workforce and strengthen our culture by creating an environment where all employees feel a sense of belonging — that they are accepted, included, respected and supported because of who they are. Costco demonstrates leadership commitment to equity through consistent communication, education and support of diversity and inclusion initiatives within the organization.
Loyalty, respect, honor, and integrity are all traits that Costco values when hiring new employees. These are also standards held by the men and women of our military. Although armed with this character system, it’s common for veterans to find themselves questioning how their professional skill set, combined with these traits, will roll over into the private sector. We are here to help!
- Costco Maintains a Culture That:
- Respects Individuals
- Values Differences
- Rewards Excellence
- Connects to communities
- Creates Opportunities
- Increases Innovation
Why people like working at Costco:
- Costco IT Reimagined focuses on Values | Priorities | Programs
- Work life balance
- Security/stability – Costco IT has never had a layoff
- Friendly and supportive work environment
- Costco has a large IT organization (2,000+) which allows room for personal and professional growth and advancement.
- A workplace focused on ethics
- Costco is committed to promoting from within the company. This philosophy ensures promotional opportunities for motivated individuals.