I think you have to wait about a year to start getting PTOs and vacation days, but I am not too certain. I rarely request days off. I know you can do 401k
Best thing was the discounts - you couldn't stay at your own hotel, but other Drury's were only $30/night, even suites. Cons: You only get 40 hours MAX of vacation time after one year; health insurance is super expensive, you get 1 hr of paid time off per 30 hours worked...
Standard 401K and medical. No sick days. One person went on disability and was fired on his first day back.
Health insurance matching 401k, tuition discount at Webster University, life insurance, vacation time, pto. I also liked that you could roll over some of your vacation time.
Pay a lot of many for health care without the pay compensation for it.
The benefits package allows for the opportunity to set aside savings and bonus incentives put toward family spending accounts and tax advantages while participating in the program
It was just ok. I really liked them and I think they are good. I got health debtal and vison
Cheap employee room rates at other properties. (you wont get paid enough to travel to any of them) 401K is offered. (not matched) Health insurance is decent. (always a co-pay) Vacation time is offered based on hours worked yearly (usually have to cash it out instead of use it to make paycheck decent) Time off has to be requested far in advance. (still on call)
Offers all standard benefits-medical, dental, vision, short term, and long term disability insurance. Also, flex account, 401K. Adoptive parents get the same maternity leave benefits as birth parents. Great room discount program
Dental lower than average. Did not use health insurance so cannot comment. Did not use 401k as I did not see staying there over a year. Had plenty of time-off in the off season, because they stopped doing a schedule and we went to on-call.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.