PTO is accrued whether you are Full-Time or Part-Time and you can actually use it in either position.
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.
Oh yes, PTO is great, when your department doesn't deny your using it. Friends of the manager use theirs though.
Stingy health benefits, even the 'enhanced' program. However, something is better than nothing. 401k is employer match is a laugh.
Seemed like the benefits were good.
Decent Health Insurance. They lowered the annual vacation amount by a day or 2 in the past year. 401k matching is low.
The benefit package was standard...the match on the 401K was below average.
No holiday pay is standard without option in exchange for additional accrued PTO. It is very missed.
everything is good good package
EAP (Employee Assistance Program) 401K (Match .50/$1.00) Health Insurance (Medical, Dental, Vision) Vision is .30 per month - but the Medical for 1 person as a PPO was $72 per paycheck - a bit expensive. 2 week paid PTO after 1st year of employment. Quarterly bonus for the casino marketing team if you make the goal number that is imposed. working for a great management team that believe in the ideology of team work. Paid lunch and the EDR (employee dining room) is like a gourmet buffet . AWESOME dining area for the employees with games, located next to HR and a relaxation lounge if you want to meditate and close your eyes to relax during break.