Starwood Capital Benefits
- United Kingdom
- All Employees
- Full Time
Which benefits does Starwood Capital provide?
Current and former employees report that Starwood Capital provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Family & Parenting
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Maternity & Paternity Leave(3 comments)
“Great benefit. 12 weeks maternity leave.”
Good maternity leave of 12 weeks
They give you $15 towards lunch, gym in building, generous PTO days, medical, vision and dental insurance.
great benefits package, one plan is free to employee
Great plan offerings. Competitive structure.
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Residential Real Estate Agent
Being a realtor is not what I expected! I was so excited when I joined being younger, but nowadays it's all work and too little time off. It's a bit frustrating because I'm not sure where to go from here. I've been doing this for 5 years now. Any help on what choice to make? I do not have a backup plan.
Is it unethical as realtors working in an office to block chunks of time off for personal reasons? Some of my coworkers stay in their desks for up to 10 hours, but I've taken up the habit of blocking at least 1 hour daily for lunch, breaks, and other issues that may arise. Do you do this as well or do you prefer to work straight through your day?
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All the health benefits you can think of plus nice hotel discounts
Good medical, dental, and vision options. Additional benefits include 401k, HSA/FSA, maternity/paternity, wellness benefits, etc.
Starwood has a comprehensive insurance benefits package offering a variety of coverages, as well as strong personal benefits available to all employees
free breakfast, lunch, snacks, 15 PTO for under 3 years and 20 PTOs for 3 years and over.
Nothing fancy but it gets the job done. the 401k plan leaves something to be desired. You can't contribute for a while, and then the company doesn't match for another yea... so it takes a while to receive any benefit from the current plan.
Strong benefits package. Cheap insurance premiums, lunch is paid for daily, phone bill is paid for monthly, half-days the day before a holiday/long weekend, half-days between July 4th and Labor Day. Time off could be better. Only 15 days off for the first 3 years of employment, then 20 days after that, however there are 5 sick days on top of that. I wish they'd give the 20 days after 1 or 2 years. There are 9 holidays on top of that as well and sometimes they'll give an extra day off. For example, July 4th fell on a Thursday in 2019 so they also gave us the Friday off. 401k match is not the the best. They'll match half of your contributions up to 6%. So to maximize, you contribute 6% and they'll contribute 3%. It takes 6 years for Starwood's portion to become fully vested.