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Wynn Resorts 401K Plan

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  • Sep 20, 2018
    StarStarStarStarStar Former Employee in Las Vegas, Nevada

    Free food, discount on shows

  • Jul 13, 2017
    StarStarStarStarStar Former Reservation Sales Marketing Agent in Las Vegas, Nevada

    They only match 2%, it's manage by Principal

  • Feb 06, 2017
    StarStarStarStarStar Former CSTL in Las Vegas, Nevada

    The Wynn has started matching 401K again in the past couple of years.

  • Dec 14, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    Getting better but still garbage

  • Dec 14, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    Getting better but still scores an embarassing 30 on the Forbes 401(k) chart. They will match 50% of up to 6% of your contribution (meaning 3% max). So if you make 50k, and put in 6% ($3000), they will add an additional $1500. If you make $100k, put away $6000, they will add $3000. This benefits those who make more, not those interested in saving more. I max out my fund at $18,000 this year, their matching portion will be 3% of my total income (around $70k, or $2100 match). The better plans I've seen will match on what you put in, not on what you make. Out of 150 companies Forbes listed in 2014?, they finished 149th. Company cares little about helping you retire. Last year they had a "billboard" downstairs telling the employees we could rest easy for our retirement since they were contributing $750 for each employee. Lol. Oh stop, please, you're being so generous. 750 bucks, insulting.

  • Dec 14, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    Getting better but still scores an embarassing 30 on the Forbes 401(k) chart. They will match 50% of up to 6% of your contribution (meaning 3% max). So if you make 50k, and put in 6% ($3000), they will add an additional $1500. If you make $100k, put away $6000, they will add $3000. This benefits those who make more, not those interested in saving more. I max out my fund at $18,000 this year, their matching portion will be 3% of my total income (around $70k, or $2100 match). The better plans I've seen will match on what you put in, not on what you make. Out of 150 companies Forbes listed in 2014?, they finished 149th. Company cares little about helping you retire. Last year they had a "billboard" downstairs telling the employees we could rest easy for our retirement since they were contributing $750 for each employee. Lol. Oh stop, please, you're being so generous. 750 bucks, insulting.

  • Dec 14, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStarEmployee

    Getting better but still scores an embarassing 30 on the Forbes 401(k) chart. They will match 50% of up to 6% of your contribution (meaning 3% max). So if you make 50k, and put in 6% ($3000), they will add an additional $1500. If you make $100k, put away $6000, they will add $3000. This benefits those who make more, not those interested in saving more. I max out my fund at $18,000 this year, their matching portion will be 3% of my total income (around $70k, or $2100 match). The better plans I've seen will match on what you put in, not on what you make. Out of 150 companies Forbes listed in 2014?, they finished 149th. Company cares little about helping you retire. Last year they had a "billboard" downstairs telling the employees we could rest easy for our retirement since they were contributing $750 for each employee. Lol. Oh stop, please, you're being so generous. 750 bucks, insulting.

  • Oct 10, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStar Former Employee in Las Vegas, Nevada

    They used to match 2-for-1 up to 5% of your salary, then 1-for-1 for the next 5%, but then it changed to only 1-for-1 for only 5%.

  • Sep 16, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStar Current Trainer in Las Vegas, Nevada

    Good-company will match up to 3% of your salary which is free money. many people are craxy and don't participate.

  • Aug 08, 2016
    StarStarStarStarStar Former Brand Marketing and Advertising in Las Vegas, Nevada

    Run of the mill took plan


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