Affordable vision and dental packages. Insurance premiums seem to be getting higher each year due to insurance companies. Smoking fees at properties that allow smoking on premises for guests and employees.
Penn pays a HUGE portion of premiums while the employee pays a fraction to receive great health coverage.
Great benefit package and lot of employee events.
Health insurance has always been great-hardly any co-pays and multiple good options to choose from. I would have given 4 stars, however our health insurance will not be as good starting in 2017. You earn PTO every paycheck according to how many years of service you have with the company. The number of hours you earn is good, however you have to keep in mind that you must use these hours for personal days, sick days and holidays (if you can get holidays off).
I have my own health insurance so I can't comment on their coverage and cost. The employees who have it appear to be some what satisfied. They do have FMLA leave and 30 personal leave it approved by HR. Vacation time or PTO is used for sick leave and vacation. They also have bereavement leave. They have a 401K although I'm not sure who it is through. The on the job training is minimal and then you're on your own.
If you call off your paid time off comes out. So if you want to save up, don't call off.
Basic benefits package. 3% match on 6% contribution. Medical and dental average. Overall decent programs.
The vision insurance was alright, though they only covered my contacts and not my glasses. They have an on side medical building which is handy.
Anytime I needed to use any of my benifits, they were there for me with no resistance.
401k and PTO for part time employees
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.