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This company is an insult to anyone I feel sorry for when COVIT is over for people who would have to go back to this job... I would never fly to go work for this company again...
Pay not worth it
If you like mountains and outdoors and meeting new people Vail Resorts is a banger. The pay could realistically be better since the company makes literal billions but its fine I guess.
free food not really
who cares rocky mountains are a vibe
Tough to make it work in a high priced ski town on low wages. Not a lot of local resources like IT and HR. All management seem overworked and stressed.
Work life balance
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Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at Vail Resorts were minuscule. They are the lowest paying company in the entire eagle valley yet they are one of the most profitable. I once had to come into work sick because I was threatened with being fired if i didn't show.
Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Vail Resorts was wonderful.OverallMy experience working at Vail Resorts was very fulfilling and a great way to spend days in park city. Lots of perks
This place is a nightmare. Extremely low pay, long hours and nonexistent/ garbage technology. Management is a bunch of spineless blowhard idiots that preach leadership despite having no clue how to inspire people or develop a coherent strategy.
fun place to work and great to get your footing the door but not much room to grow. I was there for 3 years and not once got moved up or a pay raise. It's very low stress and lots of fun but the company knows that and like to take advantage of you
being in the mountains and meeting great people
pay, management, huge greedy corperation
You're experience will vary widely depending on where you are in the company. The operations side is fun; free skiing along with employee housing. The corporate side however is much worse. Yes the benefits are good, but the pay is terrible. Its a good place to grow your skills, but advancement in the company is difficult even more so if you are a minority. It's a smile in your face type culture.
free coffee, free ski pass, decent discounts
Bad pay, limited growth opportunity
This company is a great place for people looking for seasonal work. Anything from concierge to lift operations, and even food and beverage. Strongly recommend to anyone who loves working outdoors during the summer or winter
Work outdoors paid training and supportive colleagues
Seasonal, pay, long durations of standing
Got to ski for work. Pay is barely enough to live in a ski town. Hopefully you get into employee housing. The local rental market is a bloodbath. Good benefits if you stick around. Since it's mostly seasonal work, be prepared to look for outside employment in the summer or work for a department that works year-round.
Free ski pass, Benefits
Low pay, not enough emplopyee housing
I fortunately learned quite a lot about the process of resort management while working at stevens pass.The overall culture was friendly but competitive.The typical work day was easy going with extreme lows and highs throughout the season.The leadership is talented and although quite vague at times, very friendly
Actually got ride breaks in a management position
No clear professional path
Mainly seasonal jobs with very low pay. They do have year round positions, but a lot of them are filled by individuals who are not qualified. The way this company has treated its employees during the Covid-19 pandemic is horrific.
As a ski instructor for vail resorts, I can say that you cannot beat the skiing benefits that this company has to offer. A season pass to teach people to ski, that is a win. Sometimes leaders can get power hungry and have too big of an ego, but overall good work environment.
Discount Lunch, and Gift Shop prices
Not everyone has the go get it effort that you like to see on a well run team.
I love my position as a part-time ski patroller. That being said since I have another FT job elsewhere, I am able to make ends meet, etc. I truly enjoy my job and don't have to get too involved in politics, because I am part-time. Amazing people work at this company! Life long friends and fun to be with. If this was my FT career I would struggle making ends meet. The wages do not come close to meeting the cost of living in a resort community.
Very low pay across the board, despite seniority & experience
No opportunity for advancement, managers that don't see your potential or promote from within. Only good thing is PTO. Almost never enough employees working here at any given time so it's always understaffed.
Difficult to get in touch with H.R., almost no opportunity for advancement, almost never enough employees working here at any given time