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“It's a bit short on time, but nice to have. I used it twice.”
The benefits was the best part. You get a ski pass for free, free group lessons, a few free rentals, and a lot of different discounts for retail and food.
Ability to ski and have flexible schedule
Time off and work/life balance
Health benefits, 401k, ski breaks, employee ski pass with discounts on retail, and restaurants. More benefits such as and lift ticket vouchers, 2 nights at one of their hotels, and vacation time the longer you work for them (after your first season).
Free season ski pass and 2-hour ski breaks were offered daily, in addition, the this the Aspen Skiing Company provide you with a booklet full of employee bonuses and coupons.
Ski pass makes everything worth it.
Good health insurance and pAid time off to volunteer. Inflexible working hours
Time off can be hard to come by during the busy season, but the teams of people you work with are fun and challenging. The benefits are pretty good for the Roaring fork valley - full ski pass is nice - take advantage of it.
You receive a season ski pass and discounts on ski equipment and clothing.
Individual health insurance costs over $200/month, which I couldn't afford on my low hourly wage. Their argument for paying low wages is that you get a free 7-day ski pass and two weeks vacation a year (only for full time year-round employees). There are no paid holidays, but there are 7 personal days you can use at any time. However, if Christmas, Thanksgiving, or any other holiday falls on a weekday, you will have to use a "personal day" just to take off. I was sick once for three days but did not go to the doctor. Upon return, they informed me that because I didn't have a doctor's note, I would only be paid for two days and not the third day. I guess I should have just come to work sick!
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