When i was an employee there they offered great insurance benefits. It was part of the culinary union benefits. I believe you had to pay dues but it was worth it.
The company supplements the insurance premiums so the monthly fee to the employee is significantly less.
401k 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. Health insurance: Single e,ploy, $51 per paycheck for PPO. $400 deductible for medical, $20 average copay. $1500 max dental each year. Vision benefits as well but limited.
Great insurance at reasonable rates
I really loved the paid hour long lunch, and the access to the employee dining room. The food was tasty and healthy, and best of all, all you can eat for free!
Typical Las Vegas hospitality benefits: after 1yr= 1wk vacation, 2-7yrs 2 weeks vacation, 8yrs+ =3wks vacation. Medical/dental/vision/life insurance, pretty good insurance.
The company not only provides life insurance after 90 days but also pet insurance which was great for me and my 4 dogs.
401k was basically do-it-yourself free lunch you get what you pay for
Run of the mill health insurance, 401k, etc... ZERO vacation time off in the 1st year. After working 1 year you get a measly 5 days...so basically terrible. They offer no maternity pay or benefits (other than state mandated 3 months of unpaid leave) and there's 1 nursing room to service 5,000 employees. Again, just terrible. Perks? Well u might get tix to a show every now and then.
the best" is the medical and dental plans the worst" they only match the 401k up to 5%