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19 days ago

Ski and Snowboard Service Technician - Any Mountain - Fremont, CA

Vail Resorts Fremont, CA

Experience of a Lifetime. More than just our mission, these words describe Vail Resorts and the people who share a desire to achieve and experience… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Sales Associate - Any Mountain - Fremont, CA

Vail Resorts Fremont, CA

Experience of a Lifetime. More than just our mission, these words describe Vail Resorts and the people who share a desire to achieve and experience… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Associate: Rental Technician - FT/PT/Seasonal - Any Mountain - Berkeley, CA

Vail Resorts Berkeley, CA

Rental Technicians are responsible for generating sales through world-class guest service and assisting customers with rental equipment. Job… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Advanced Supervisor Retail - Any Mountain - Berkeley, CA

Vail Resorts Berkeley, CA

when scheduled • Assist in maintaining and administering operational expectations by following company policies and guidelines • Maintain and… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Associate: Sales/Cashier - FT/PT - Any Mountain

Vail Resorts San Francisco, CA

Sales Associates are responsible for maintaining outstanding customer service as per company standards, generating sales, merchandising, and… Glassdoor


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    It's great, just accept you are part of bottom-line corporation that is a slave to Wall Street expectations, not yours

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    Current Employee - Instructor  in  Vail, CO
    Current Employee - Instructor in Vail, CO

    I have been working at Vail Resorts full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Access to a sport you love in your free time. Outdoors culture, teaching what you love.

    Cons

    Access to a sport you love in your free time.

    That's tongue-in-cheek for the reason behind the unlimited access to low-wage employees who do not see the mountain as a career, but a pit stop. This seemingly inelastic supply allows for wages that in real terms (i.e. after inflation) continue to go down while lesson prices increase at double-digit rates. You are a profit center they love with very little power over how much you earn as a portion of that $800 plus lesson. Great for a season or two, not so great for a career. The economic rent you pay for doing something you love is an economic decision you have to make. Accept it, or find something else to do.

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    Bottom-line oriented management care little about their employees' opinions unless they add to the bottom line. Even the ostensibly employee-oriented issues like "safety" are about the bottom line. There is little evidence this corporate culture will change any time soon to one that sees employees - especially frontline ones - as integral to the success of the company.

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