I never had to use the benefits package, but the paperwork read well.
401k is good. Health insurance sucks and vacation time sucks
The only real "perk" is our company picnic (where they don't even feed us!). The 401k program is not matched by the company. Vacation time is only available to those who work 30+ hours a week (basically, certain BOH employees and managers). The insurance offered is not great and expensive.
If you can get benefits they offer them all but make you jump through hoops and make them impossible to get
As a server, I had no benefits other than being able to work when I wanted and easily giving shifts to other employees
I know nothing about the benefits package because management never told us anything or gave us any information.
If you are a manager, the benefits are great! I used the health insurance once, and got smacked with a bill for hundreds of dollars where my coverage was exhausted, from one visit!
You can't obtain insurance or vacation benefits unless you work an average of at least 30 hours every week, and that simply isn't possible. Managers will not schedule you for that many hours, and there simply aren't enough to go around. Plus, your hours are not guaranteed as you will be sent home early with no say in the matter if it's slow enough. I enjoy the employee discount on food but that's about it. Some managers are generous with free meals if you do them favors or help out, which is a great incentive, but not all will do this.
Ambassador card that allows you to eat at OC each month, though you are taxed on it. Healthcare is expensive with high deductibles.
The health plan is affordable - but it doesn't cover much, or give many options to choose from. No paid time off, vacation hours are lost completely if they aren't used - we used to be able to cash them out - which was great around Christmas. No assistance with childcare offered. Maternity and paternity leave are taken at your own risk - no chance of being paid for it, and no guarantee you'll return to previous position. No pension plan, no assistance or diversity programs, no free lunch or snacks - but employees get a 50% discount on days they work. Job training is unprofessional, basically new employee is stuck with an "older" employee who is expected to teach them everything.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.