You get 3 tickets quarterly if you reach 32 hours but orientation goes step by step with the process
Im seasonal, so I don't have benefits
You get 401 k, you get health benefits, you get free theme park tickets and you get in free anytime, bad thing is to afford those benefit is not enough for a person getting payed minimum wage
401K is matched for 5% of your first 6% contributed. Park pass perks are good for friends/family, and you are given a guest pass for year round use by one person.
Health insurance is excellent. Vision insurance too.
Great benefits for those who are single and married. They provide chiropractor cosigns and everything.
Free tickets every quarter. Health insurance is only affordable and available if your full time. FMLA Only available if your full time and you have 12 months of services already achieved. Free access to other theme parks. (Certain restrictions) Stock option is horrible, the offer you the chance to buy in and they never deliver the information to do it. Maternity & Paternity Leave is good. Employee discount............ is the same as a florida resident on some things. Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance average. No child care available only a discount and its more expensive than the medical insurance. Professional development: They have it, they assist you in getting it and you only get promoted if You know the right people.
Universal Orlando Resort has some of the best benefits I've ever seen from any company. They truly care about their employees and let them know this every day. They are a feedback based company and really do take Team Member feedback seriously.
Great 401k, great benefits, paid time off
The best thing about the benefits package at Universal Orlando has got to be the 401k. Super aggressive investments from Fidelity ensures your savings grow big and fast. Besides this, the benefits package is really quite terrible... this being full-time. There is no benefits package for part-time and seasonal employees
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