MO has a robust benefits package. Leadership works hard to ensure it is competitive.
Benefits were good and cost effective. Lots of perks and an over all good company to work for. Nothing bad to say.
They match up to 6% of 401k pay per check
Not great, on par with other hotels - hospitality is probably the worst field to work in when it comes to benefits. 2 weeks of time off - but you accrue it, you do not automatically get it. Health insurance bad, little coverage. 401k math 3%. Office workers doing Monday-Friday '9-5' are expected to work 12+ hour days ( 8a.m.-8p.m. usually), required to work all holidays even though they are 'off days' per corporate, and expected to work all weekends available to work. No work-life balance whatsoever, but that isn't clear at offer signing of course.
Local 6 Union health, dental, and eye. Must use union's clinics. 3 PTO, 8 Sick, accrue up to 15 vacation days after 4 years. Hourly rate increase after year 2, 3 and 4.
Company Perks - Free Meals, discount on hotels internationally
it includes health, dental and vision insurance at a low monthly payment with a good insurance company
only 20% off for spa services... everything else about benefits are great
the best thing is the 401k plan, for a hotel is pretty good and includes a 3 percent company match, the worst are the discounts to stay in a property in New York or Asia or Europe, almost impossible.
Best = friends and family rate
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.