nothing good company to work
Health seminars, wellness and not that good of benefits. They have changed it 3-4 times in the last 5 years.
The good - Free Meal: Unlimited entry to Employee Dining Room (EDR) for 1 hour. Options are great! Menus are updated daily in the employee website but sometimes it is inaccurate so beware. Daily staples include salad bar, sandwich station, 2 kinds of soups, oatmeal, scrambled eggs & hash brown, yogurt/cottage cheese & toppings, apples & dried fruits, grilled burgers & chicken breast, and pita chips& hummus. Items on rotation include roast beef, turkey, rotisserie chicken, steaks, wings, Chinese dishes like chow mein, orange chicken, and egg rolls, Mexican dishes such as al pastor, veggie tamales, rice and beans, and many more. Some days they would bring out freshly baked pastries, cupcakes, and bread. On special occasions they change the menu as a treat for employees who work on holidays. Rarely, the choices can be disappointing but overall, access to the EDR is a great perk to be thankful for. Discounts: 20% discount in restaurants on non-peak days/hours. Discounts are also given in retail stores owned by the Wynn. Employees also get great discounts to the Le Reve show and headliner shows. Paid Parental Leave: 100% paid 6 weeks leave for new parents and $250 new parent bonus. The OK - 401K: Company matches 50% of your contributions of up to 6% of your annual salary. However there's a catch. You must have been with the company for a full calendar year (Jan to Dec) to receive the match the following April. Even if you worked a full year but not a full calendar year, you will receive no company matching at all. The bad - Vacation Days: Zero on your 1st year of employment, 5 after your 1st anniversary, 10 after your 2nd, 20 when you reach 12 years. 7 holidays per year plus 1 floating holiday.
As a porter you get Culinary Insurance. which is pretty good insurance in southern Nevada. You do have to work a certain amount before receiving full pay.
OVERALL experience is the best at the wyn, people are nice and so is the place .
Everything is amazing. Health care is provided. Culinary is the best in my opinion. You also get dental and vision . Also you can visit any quick care if needed. It's simply amazing
Varying on department, the wait to receive benefits exceeds most employees tenures due to high level of transiency.
Culinary union insurance, pet insurance, legal advising, culinary first time home buyers program, school reimbursement
The Culinary Union positions are the best for benefits. They pay about $350 per check to health plan. If you work full time hours the pension contribution is roughly $100/per check. Pretty good package I'd say. I'm a Steady Extra going on 3rd month.
They should offer sick days (flex pay) he only matches 2% for 401K, Health insurance in very expensive.
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