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“High deductible, steep premiums and the hours required (salary/no overtime) make it impossible to take time to visit a doctor.”
“Special employee pricing. Unfortunately the wages are so low that the only people who can afford the "deal" are the super wealthy who work there as a way to stay busy. ”
The ski, medical, vision, dental benefits are all great. Provide uniforms and meals are on the cheap. 401k takes a while to kick in which isn't great.
Very thin wages, very high priced benefits
Free public transportation, free ski passes and nice accomodation
Skiing is good wish pay was higher compared to other resorts though
Many local and online benefits that are truly wide-ranging. Nothing too stiff but still five to ten percent helps a great deal when you are making $16 an hour.
Skiing is awesome! Company try's to say skiing is part of your pay package. Discounts at deer valley? They are still making a killing off of their employees.
Unlimited skiing at Deer Valley and some skiing at Park City Mountain Resort Employee discounts were tiny Felt nickel and dimed when required to punch out and pay for lunch at employee cafeteria
Love the food discounts, free skiing, free tickets, and the optional health insurance.
As a year round employee the health benefits are very good along with 401K programs
SEASONAL FULLTIME WORKER: Optional Health insurance, 401k package etc. Unlimited skiing in Deer Valley Resort [except for black out weekends/weeks], access to Park City Mountain Resort 8 times in the season, Solitude up to 2 times per week, and there are free passes available for Brighton and Snowbird I believe too. Subsidised lunches during workdays.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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