Employee engagement and satisfaction is an important part of our company culture. Discover a variety of benefits, perks, and professional development opportunities. Some benefits are based on eligibility and employment classification status. Check out http://www.biltmore.com/careers/benefits for a complete list of benefits available.
Part Time employees don’t get as many benefits but they are still great.
The benefits package is surprisingly poor considering the success and brand of the company. They do not offer paid maternity or paternity leave (crazy!), the health deductibles are very high, and the PTO offered is below average. I know there are perks around the estate I can take advantage of, which are nice, but I'd rather be taken care of from a health and wellness standpoint instead.
There are many perks to work with the company including company and local discounts. That being said the health benefits are only for full time employees and there is a large out of pocket amount before hitting the deductible.
perks, 401k, PTO, medical/dental plans
Free employee cafeteria is great. Minimum wage on the estate is $10.50. They have great benefits. I love working here so far.
Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance with a high or low option. Dental is available. No vision coverage though. There is also a health clinic on site for employees to keep the insurance costs down. 401k is available along with profit sharing for flex & FT employees.
Lots of discounts at other businesses.
Full benefits are only available to full time employees, part time only get a few benifits
6 month wait for benefits; 401k, pension, PTO, health ins all available
1. Health insurance 2. Dental insurance 3. Comp tickets 4. 401(K) For group insurance, I thought the cost was too high considering the wages are too low
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.