For temporary positions you do not get medical, but you can request vacation time 2 weeks in advanced and you can also get time off after cruise.
stewards did not have a benefits package. managers were given time off but I was not aware of any 401k or health benefits
Health/Dental/Vision plus optional life and disability after 60 days for full time employees. None for part time and contracted workers.
You get no time off and no time to relax. You eat work and sleep on the ship in cramped rooms, which is typical for the industry.
Benefits if you were full time. The vacation time (when it happened) was nice.
There isn’t any benefits
For the 401(k) plan, you do have to wait one year until open enrollment, but they match up to 8% which is great. They have many options for health and dental/vision/life.
One, they didn't even tell you about your benefits. I had to learn about them from another coworker and they just forwarded them from the year before. Also, insurances were expensive and you would get a better deal on your own.
I had a 16 week contract ( I was an intern Steward). I didn't get any benefits. If you get sick better take some meds really quickly and hope you get well soon or else you're off the boat.
THIS IS HORRIBLE!@@!!@ They offer such an expensive package. Almost $400 for each paycheck just for myself and two children w/out a spouse!! If I am getting paid just $12.00 an hour how can I afford that? Plus they do not offer an HSA or FSA to put into a savings to afford the horrible deductable that is a part of this very expensive premium for health, and dental coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.