The workers' comp is very extensive. Great America is willing to accept financial responsibility for any work-related injury, small or large. They cover EVERYTHING. On the flipside, they are very stingy about giving paid time off and overtime. You can get disciplined up to and including termination if you work overtime - even accidentally - without prior approval, and they provide only the minimum state-required paid time off.
Bad quality perks. No free food. We cannot go to Great America after our shifts because of management.
The best perk was getting into the park for free
do not offer benefits to the park associates at all.
Nothing this was the worst work experience of my life
Sick pay is accrued over time, you get free entrance to the park and reduced lunches and very flexible hours.
Complementary tickets for one day with no haunt or Christmas in the park included. Employees get in free. Employee discount is a joke! Benefits are really non existent.
Cons: Changes to medical benefit package, employees pay a lot more out-of-pocket expenses. You had to pay out-of-pocket for your own personal miles on company car. Pros: Optionwork from home (The Company was trying to do away with that).
Not really any good benefits. Mostly just the most basic of the most basic of health coverages and helping break a deal when purchasing vehicle insurance. Also there is a 10% discount when purchasing an item from the park and a using your ID as a free pass to the park.
My supervisor was willing to give me as much time off as I needed, provided that I gave her reasonable notice. The 15% discount on all retail sales in the park is a nice perk, as well as the free admission and parking.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.