Company insurance is very comprehensive, benefits are generous and it has been very smooth processing co-pays and other charges during visits to Doctor, dentist and PT.
Ski pass for self and dependents, FTO, normal 401k match, great health insurance with lots of in network providers.
The best perk of working at Vail is hands-down a free Vail pass, to any mountain that Vail owns in the world, as well as a 50% discount at every resort, which is especially crucial when it comes to the food there.
Insurance and 401k match were better than average
Sure, health insurance was offered, but at a high premium. Even when I worked at a liquidating company, health insurance was cheaper there than it is at Vail Resorts.
Unlimited Flextime office, Health Savings Account
If your exempt, you get FTO (PTO, sick time and paid holidays) but if you're a non-exempt employee at corporate, you accrue PTO and sick time WITHOUT paid holidays (even though the office is closed). You have to use your PTO to get paid on holidays.
As a seasonal employee, you only get full health benefits, flex time off, sick days etc after working 700+ hours, which roughly translates to 2.5 seasons. Other than that, you get an employee discount in retail locations (which, considering the fact that most retail shops in Vail are overpriced, it doesn't make things affordable), ski rentals, a ski pass, and optional accident insurance.
Full medical, PTO, FTO, a ski pass, and ticket comps.
120 pt visits a year and low deductible
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.