Current and former employees report that SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“You get 30% off of everything. Merchandise or consumables. While the highest discount is 50% (Platinum Annual Pass Holder Discount) for merchandise, The employees have the highest discount for consumables. Since Platinum Holders only get 20% off instead of 30% for consumables.”
“Industry standard 401k plan, now is not matched but for many years was”
“Training is very easy for the day you were toured around and then for the rest of the day you work , the job was easy to so it was fats to learn all the stuff”
Get to go to the park any time for free Discounts and Comp tickets, cool items for seasonal promotions
Has 4o1 k, gives tickets to use for the family. If your part time, not health benefits. They do have a tuition plan for pt and ft.
If you are furloughed, you will lose all benefits.
Overall benefits were slashed this year (2020). Unlimited PTO for salaried, unfortunately only up to 10 days for hourly which is a stark contrast from last year. 401K is down to .50% match. 3 different tiers for health insurance and 2 options for dental insurance. They pay most of the cost.
Best was the atmosphere and friendships made. Everyone is very chill, besides some of the supervisors. They basically let you go into any park for free and give you a lot of discount for other parks. You also get passes for your friends/family. The worst is they'll over work you and give you little to no breaks
Free entry into the park, and 12 complimentary tickets a year!
they offer 401 k for part time and full time
Lots of free tickets and annual passes, even tickets to competitors' parks. Discounts in the park plus invitations to show rehearsals and preview events. Vacation time and 401k for part-time workers. Just wish it was easier to become full-time.
Full medical and dental offered
great benefit offerings and a helpful HR staff to provide support and resources when needed to complete enrollment and navigating insurance companies.