Great benefits and great staff
The healthcare option is pricey, and they do not contribute to the dental or vision, but having these options at all is still a plus.
There was not anything good about their benefits because as a part time housekeeper, you do not receive any benefits what so ever.
Sadly, Ramada didn't offer any health care benefits.
There is no worst thing because there is no benefits
Worked for same company for 3 years and same hotel for 6.5 years. Sense the Patel family bought the hotel and name changed to Ramada we have lost almost all Benifits we do get one week of vacation per year until worked for them for atleast ten years then you get two weeks per year. But you don't get paid for vacation when you take the time off you get a check at the end of the year for the vacation whether Time off has been usedor not. We do not get paid sick days, vacation time, health insurance of any kind, and wage increases for work performance reviews never happen. taking on more responsabilities to fill in management positions that recently open and altamitly taking over any and all positions previously open thay still need filled as well as any future positions that may need to be does not get compensated as far as increased pay and/or any kind of job title change that might indicate the need for an increased salary.
Dental and Health. No vision. Rather expensive.
Health insurance was amazing to have
I opted out of the 'benefits' there. It was was too expensive for what little was offered. The health insurance was a joke, they took away sick time. And didn't even have a 401k.
they do not have any
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