Nothing overall is good
No Benefits package for seasonal (casual) employees
There is no benefit for casual positions, it takes a year to become permanent and take benefit but you work a year full time with no benefit
Benefits are what I’d expect. Pretty standard.
The benefits package is very good. Employees have their health insurance covered.
Decent plan, have no complaints
Beat thing was thatbypu can gwt a lot of hours during busy season. Worst part , they will fire you if busibess is slow.
Pretty good benefits package, if you are lucky enough to get full time. Not flexible but covers the basics.
Benefits package on par with expected. There are other perks such as lunches and team building activities which are valuable and therefore, a benefit.
Benefits are average for BC. After a year at ALS, your benefits kick in. Including matching contribution to RRSP (staring at 2%).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.