Great Benefits Go a Long Way Toward Career Satisfaction!
HMSHost benefits vary by location and some associates may not be eligible for certain benefits. Associates covered by a collective bargaining agreement may be eligible for different benefits. HMSHost reserves the right to amend and/or terminate a benefit plan at any time.
Good Benefits ,and good Co-workers.
Great insurance. Great prices.
You get free meals., 401k benefits, they match 100 percent the first 3 months. You have health insurance which is highly priced. You want vacation time by the amount of hours you work. You have to work 1000 hours before you get a week worth of vacation. Takes a year to reach.
health insurance that you and your partner and or your kids can join all together for $55 a month
You dont get benefits tell your there at the company for two yrs which includes time off, 401k or health benefits
The best benefits at HMSHost include the 401k matching (6%), vacation time, and health and supplemental benefits. For instance, Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO was offered for a mere $17 a week.
401k has lots of benefits
401k for the furture
Everything is awesome in this location at LIT in Little Rock, Arkansas. $10 meal allowance every shift, given a 30 minute break, 401k and health, vision, dental and life insurance available to PT and FT employees. Vacation accrual after 6 months of employment (40 hrs annually) and an awesome FlexTime program that basically gives you an additional 40 hrs of PAID personal time off. I believe they offer paid maternity leave but don't quote me on it. Also, after 1 yr of employment, they will back pay your tuition, and not only for majors that are related to the field. Paid holidays for FT whether they work it or not and PT if they work the holiday.
Best: The Human Resources department was probably my favorite part of this job because they really care about you. The benefits package was decent but only if you go to in network carriers and dont ever need to be hospitalized. Worst: if you drop under 30 hours (even for illness) you lose your benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.