Delaware North believes in a total rewards package that helps us recruit and retain the best associates in the industry. We have a comprehensive benefits program designed to give our associates the comfort, safety and stability they need to serve our guests each and every day. Health & welfare benefits are subject to eligibility requirements.
There are many things included- unfortunately, NO ONE tells you this ahead of time. I was there nearly 8 months when I was informed that we do have sick days.
the money and boss are grate the down time for the games not so much
Can work full time, but not offered benefits.
Poot coverage for a high premium (health insurance). Dental insurance is great! Paid time off is one week after one year.
Health insurance is decent, not great
Health insurance is decent, but you are promised a yearly bonus up to $7500 when in fact it is closer to a couple hundred to $1000. Vacation and Paid-time off seems great until vacation time previously approved for gets taken back with month of notice
Company perks and health insurance
Good benefits package with all the usual options you can expect. Costs seem in line. Good tuition reimbursement program.
There are a lot of ancillary perks like free coffee and a bonus structure, but the health insurance is so egregious, it barely makes up for any of that. The insurance company employed is a high deductible plan in the $10-$15k region which is offensive to most families as that is 1/8 of someone's annual salary in the event something bad happens. The egregious coverage doesn't cover any sick appointment, draws from a low employer contributed HSA, and any event that may happen where a hospital visit is required? Kalaida is out of network, so IF YOUR CHILDREN REQUIRES A VISIT TO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, you're out the full, out of network, deductible.
By far the worst insurance plan I have ever had. This plan doesn't cover much and the deductibles are extremely high. You can't afford to be in the hospital with this insurance. The prescription plan forces you to use mail order by raising your monthly cost at a local pharmacy. If you must take name brand medications it can get extremely expensive to be forced to do mail order.
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