There was a tuition reimbursement program that I would have loved to take advantage of but you had to be an employee for at least six months (I will have graduated by then) and it is only for $250 a semester. With the culinary Union there are a wide range of benefits, while there was a 401k plan I don't think the employer contributes to it at all.
Vacation, free uniforms and free food were all good. Not so good was that once you were in a position, it was hard to transfer out into another department.
After first year, 2 weeks paid vacation. Health insurance, 401k
401k matching, decent benefits, FMLA request can be a process, but accomidating.
through the culinary union you get great health and dental insurance.
Offered full benefits and tuition reimbursement
Vacation and fmla, pto,401(k) benefits package
Good benefits, the only thing good about this company
its not the best, but definitely not the worst package out there.