Insurance coverage was very good compared to other companies.
401K match is a joke. Health insurance is ok, pretty high deductibles.
Pros-Insurance is very reasonable, PTO is comparable to other companies. Cons-401k match is almost non-existent, no paid holidays, no sick days, no paid bereavement even for spouses and children.
Health insurance was through the culinary Union but you needed to accrue enough hours which is difficult when you can go weeks without work as a steady extra
low pay - poorly staffed - no show upper management
at least benefits are offered
There is minimal time off. There is no short term disability. Nothing for expectant mothers. Low 401k match. Stay away very bad company
Arena staff that works part-time / on-call do not receive a large portion of benefits. This is due to the Arena not having a lot of events.
Health insurance and 401K match are both very good.
401(k) matching is only 1.5 percent and vests. Really when you think about it this adds insult to injury for the person who is already making lower than market salary and wages. Just give the person the $600 matching. Vacation pay does not vest so if you leave the company without taking any time off you get nothing. The medical benefits premiums are lower, but they end up putting more on the employee to pay out of pocket. There is no HSA option to allow the employees to sock away money that (unlike with an FSA) will roll over and is portable. Employees below the level of director are not eligible for bonuses when the company is successful so there is no incentive to do well and nothing to look forward to. Upper management is under the false impression that occasionally allowing people to wear jeans on Friday and popcorn is all the "little people" need to be happy.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.