The benefits have treated me very well i just wish we had 401K, HSA or FSA.
Very flexible, they accommodate to your schedule. Very organized with scheduling, your supervisors are always there to help you out.
benefits don't kick in until after 6 months, usually in luxury high rises
You do not receive benefits until 60 to 90 days of full time employment. I worked for 5 months part time and did not receive benefits when I was promoted.
I am satisfied with what they offer.
Health insurance has gotten a lot better, however could still be better. Vacation could be longer!
there are none, no paid holidays and no sick time and you better not try to request a day off for a doctors appointment or etc. You will loose your job
The benefits package was offered to me as soon as I got promoted.
Part-time workers weren't offered any benefits other than free on-site dry cleaning, which is location specific.
The package is the worst I have ever come across after nearly 20 years in hospitality. Essentially cost prohibitive for hourly staff as they receive what is likely to be the lowest pay in the industry speaking for the Washington, DC market.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.