Their health insurance is through Cigna and goes into full effect on your 91st day of employment. The medical is slightly expensive but definitely worth it. Caesar's encourages all their employees to take a healthy approach to life. There's an on-site medical clinic and workout room, free to use. Healthy(free) options from the Employee Dining Room as well. The 401k is amazing as well and highly recommended. As an hourly employee I accumulate around 2.15 hours of PTO each pay period, which is bi-weekly. There's also an option to join their Union which is great.
I am very happy with the starting salary and benefits that I am receiving, I also will take full advantage of the education available.
It was great working here as a bartender because you can’t find any other bartending jobs that offer benefits like these or at all
Crown points to redeem in the caesars store and the Total rewards to redeem work benefits such as tardy passes etc.
No paid holidays off and no option to work from home unless you are upper management. Free lunch/breakfast but limited to generic salad/soup bar and cold meat sandwiches
The health insurance is pretty good. We get a lot of benefits and discounts working for such a huge company as well
Theres nothing that is not good about this benefits, I just don't like the fact that they take so much out of my paycheck that I should be getting. Benefits are great, I will need it when I retire and when I get old.
It’s affordable and easy to have
They have decent pay, and if you are a union employee you receive benefits after 6 months as long as you work more than 30 hours a week (if I'm not mistaken), however there's still a deductible of at least $500 so you have to keep that in mind. Keep in mind all of the large scale casino front desks with low room rates around $30/night before tax and resort fee is similar to cattle call. I am thankful for the opportunity, however, it wears you out after a while. "Next. Next. Next." It can be exhausting, as most jobs.
Benefits through Ceasars are alright.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.