the one thing i do love is the clothing allowence
The company offers gift cards for associates to purchase business clothing. However, this almost becomes mandatory once you realize how strict dress code is.
Alliance Residential Company offers so many benefits, and perks. I am very impressed with everything that is available to their employees.
I appreciate that Alliance offers a PPO instead of an HSA like most companies. There is a small monthly premium for the employee but its not affordable for most of us to have their families insured-especially considering Alliance pays less than the industry standard for on-site associates. I am extremely disappointed in the sick and vacation policy though. They don't allow you to bank your time (vacation a few days but sick not at all). People are constantly coming into work sick because of this.
401k match and many benefits such as legal assistance, lifelock, etc.
We get a wonderful benefits package through Alliance. Between the medical coverage and the retirement plan, I am very satisfied.
I work at a community in California, so I was covered by the health insurance within 30 days. The elections process was easy and done online. The 401K program is okay-- matching is $0.25 on the dollar, compared to my last job which was $1 per $1. Free lunch/snacks would be nice, I tend to bring my own.
Health insurance expensive not good.
Holidays, Vacation, Vision, Dental are good. Health and 401K, not so much.
Changing bonus/budget expectations frequently. Making it almost impossible for most properties to achieve. Sad *side note.....if you get hired to work for Alliance in Las Vegas, the upper management hires A LOT of her family members. Makes for a slightly uncomfortable work environment. Also, favoritism is typically used for promotions.