The best thing is there is a wonderful handbook that gives you all this information. You definitely have health insurance if you need it from being hurt at work. You may also waive this if you have your own insurance.
There was no benefits package when I worked for them. Sometimes theres free food but don't rely on that.
There is not any benefits and rarely travel pay.
You do receive sick pay accruals after the first 90 days of employment. It helps in this industry where serving the public exposes you to all manner of illnesses.
providing staffers with the most work options, paid training courses, and the chance to grow in the exciting world of hospitality.
401k with company match and healthcare benefits for people who meet the minimum hour requirement.
The benefit I get from working @PS in Denver is the freedom to pick and choose when and where I will work. I can accept, reject, request, any shifts I'd like to work. Other than that, and the idea they are West-coast based which intrigues me personally, I have not recieved further benefits to this point. however, I am PT. FT of course is feeling it.
The vast majority of Party Staff employees are part time. They do no qualify for vacation time and have no money to invest in retirement programs.
Has some benefits but not much.
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