Their benefits package is excellent.
At least you have Health insurance , paid vacation, sick time, when I started health insurance was less expensive and better coverage but NCL changed to " self-insured" employee pays more with less coverage
Great tuition reimbursement program. Excellent health insurance. Ample vacation holiday and sick time.
You get health insurance ONLY when you're on the ship and it's the bare minimum. The "doctors" on the ship know very little knowledge of what they are doing unless it has to do with GI or sea sickness. If you are from the US and not working on the only US ship, you don't get unemployment benefits after working on the ships. Your vacation is without pay and can be shortened or lengthened however they want. You don't get to usually choose what ship you are on especially if you're a performer. For any discounts, they are extremely difficult to get unless you have your own cabin and are allowed to have someone stay in your cabin which is very rare. If you use the discount, they can cancel the cruise at anytime, even the day of the cruise, no matter where your visitor(s) is coming from and how much money they spent just to get to the ship. I've found it easier to just pay full price and do what you can to get them perks on the ship, but that all depends on how many friends you have in management.
Food, loging and uniforms all provided for the duration of your employment, onboard first class health care provided onboard 24-7, and provided shore side for critical care.
Best is the cruise discount - as low as $10/night.
Good Benefits, But really expensive for spouse/Family
they don't have this option
This had to be one of the best benefit packages I have had outside of the casino industry
Norwegian pays very low salaries on average and makes earning a promotion very difficult by providing little to no guide lines about how to progress to the next level