Great 401k match and investment options. Good healthcare options at reasonable rates. Great combination of vacation days and personal days to allow flexibility for work. Discounts with a variety of partners. And of course the flight benefits...
Do ready reserve ticket/gate agents receive any benefits outside of flight benefits? Health? 401k? Thanks! I am finding a great deal of conflicting info with no direct answer on the Delta employment site. The site refers to part time employees receiving health benefits, but does not reference ready reserves, and other sites specifically state that ready reserves do not receive health insurance.
Excellent 401K match of up to 9%. Lot's of discounts on travel and plenty of perks like free food and parties for the employees. The high deductible healthcare plan leaves much to be desired with it's current deductible of $2,500 per person. Flight Benefits are extremely difficult to use and not really worthwhile due to the uncertainty and risk associated with not having a confirmed seat on a flight.
The best thing about the benefits is the ability to fly on standby, it makes going home to see family much easier
Lots of great benefits including flight benefits. You are a full employee in terms of travel. Co-Ops have a limit of 30 individual days of unlimited travel (called flight days) per year, but that is hard to knock down to zero unless you really try. I wish they have 401K with or without matching. Could have saved a lot of money pre tax at no cost to Delta
Best - the people who help get you work done Worst - senior management
The best part is you get to fly the world for free.
health insurance options are limited to one (the employer) managed by one which is united healthcare
The travel benefits are spectacular. You, your domestic partner/spouse or companion fly free (companion pays small fee/flight) your parents and children also fly free. You're also give a certain amount of buddy passes each year.
The best part of the benefits is that there are plentiful options if you take advantage of them. The worst part is the health insurance. Premiums and deductibles add up and eat up your salary. When you get a raise, they take it away in another way (raise premiums, etc.)
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