The best thing about the benefit package is that it covers pretty much everything you could need. The worst thing is that if you start in a seasonal job, you don't get the benefits package, even though they keep on a lot of the seasonal folks. You basically work 3-4 months without getting any benefits or PTO.
The best think is the cost sharing for the benefits. The Cosmopolitan picks up a lions share of the cost. The area that can use improvement is the match on the 401(k) should be increased.
It payed for 100% of my pregnancy. Culinary.
Good value on health insurance with multiple packages to choose from. 401K company match (don't remember how much).
They don’t offer health insurance for on call employees. There’s discounts on restaurants, clubs and spa and hotels all ove the world. There will be four weeks of training. They will provide everything that you need.
Medical / Dental / Vision are average. No better or worse necessarily than other options from other employers for salaried employees in the region.
The best benefit is the cost of health care premiums is very low and the coverage is excellent. The bad thing is that the Cosmopolitan is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. There are no recognized holidays and you do not get very much PTO. You must use your PTO to request time off, including holidays and some holidays such as Christmas and New Year's are black out days and cannot be requested off. Plan to work holidays if you apply!
great benefits - 3 weeks pto to start with
It took me about 3-4 years to get health insurance and go full time to qualify for the benefits, but it's very important that they provide medical insurance which I think is pretty decent. They also offer insurance for my dogs that I participate in and a 401k program that they contribute up to 1000 per year. The problem in Las Vegas is that several casinos hire you part time and keep you there for several years before promoting you to full time to avoid paying insurance. I was lucky to get it within 3-4 years. Others not as lucky and some have been more fortunate than myself.
no 401k for hourly employees due to the union(which is a garbage pension plan)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.