401k, paid time off, sick leave, Dental insurance, medical insurance
PTO is average with 10 days after one year. Access to employee discount for hotel rooms if available. Health Insurance is bare minimum with unaffordable rates for any plan. No paid Holidays, or 401K
The company is pretty lenient of your availability and personal needs , if you need time off they’ll do their best to accommodate for you
the best thing is meeting new people and help them to get settled. the worst is no benefits and low pay.
The dental insurance is good
good potential benefits for full-time employees, but poor hourly pay ($13 in Denver)
i not complain there is best everything they i offer me
I’ve worked here for 3 months location just opened. No health insurance they are only now looking into offering it but nothing official has come of it yet. No 401k. Handbook says we get pro but haven’t seen it on our pay stubs asked a manager about it a month ago said he’d look into cause it should be and nothing ever came of it.on a positive note the room discounts are good. Other then that meh they’re are other companies that offer better and more benefits.
Best: Definitely the discount Worst: If you don't work 32 hours/week for 30 days, you're automatically deducted to part-time. After that, it takes 90 days to reach full-time status again. Only eligible for employee discount, but no other benefits as a part time employee (which includes time and a half on holidays)
I think there would have been a Health Benefits package and possibly paid time off if I was there long enough. But who wants to “tough out” High School Drama in the workplace???
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