Medical, Dental and Vision are paid by the Venetian. Paid breaks. The company offers 401k, life insurance, legal advice, pet insurance, hotel discount and employee discounts.
The health insurance is free
The best thing about the benefits package at the Venetian casino resort is working in a friendly environment and having a daycare onsite. They provide healthcare at no cost
Best - Company Paid Premiums, no employee pay check deductions Worst - No paid holiday except Christmas
Health insurance is no cost to employee and there is a choice of PPO or HMO.
Great benefits and amazing 401K match!
The Healthcare is outstanding, no cost to the employee and it is comprehensive. I was allowed to choose any doctor.
The Venetian provided the best benefit package I've ever had. The health insurance was excellent. I received a free flu shot in site each year. We had dental insurance, PTO, a 401k that they matched up to 5%, a free meal every day. It's an 8 hour day, including your lunch break and you get paid for that hour too. I received educational reimbursement and they have continuing education classes on site. There is also a workout facility. There are good benefits for maternity leave and child care, but I don't know the details because I don't have children. They also partner with other hotels to offer an incredible hotel discount worldwide that I used generously to save a lot of money on lodging. They offer 2 free show tickets to employees to see the new shows as they open on property to be able to tell the guests about it. There are restaurant and retail discounts as well. I even got 20% off my phone plan with Verizon because of partnerships the Venetian has built with businesses.
The 401K matching was incredible for my retirement savings. I was able to apply for Paid Time Off whenever I needed a day off of work during the week. It was very easy.
The benefits are exceptionally generous. Healthcare is the best anywhere in the state. They cover all family members at no cost to team members. Co pays are very low.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.