At Vail Resorts, our mission is simple – to create the Experience of a Lifetime for our employees, so they can, in turn, provide exceptional experiences for our guests.
As Vail Resorts employees, we hold ourselves accountable for living these foundational values every day in everything we do: Serve Others, Do Right, Drive Value, Do Good, Be Safe, Have Fun.
Vail Resorts has had leadership development programs designed to empower women in place for several years, in March, the company announced a new enterprise-wide initiative: POWDER. Standing for Providing Opportunities for Women through Diversity, Equality and Respect, the new program for women and men is designed to foster an inclusive culture that attracts and retains a broad range of talent and promotes diverse leadership growth opportunities.
Free Epic Pass
As a benefit provided by Vail Resorts, Employees receive a free season pass providing access to skiing and snowboarding at many of the resorts in our family. Full-Time eligable employee dependents receive a free pass while part-time dependents may receive the same access for $40. (Dependent passes not available for Holiday Help Employees).
Hourly employees are eligible for paid time off (PTO) that is accrued based on the number of regular hours worked each pay period. Salaried employees are eligible for flexible time off (FTO) that is paid time away from work for rest and relaxation, including medical and personal appointments. There are no minimum or maximum limits on FTO unless taking time off for a reason that qualifies for a Leave of Absence. Paid Parental Leave (PPL) is also offered to eligible year-round employees with up to 160 hours.
Food discounts, lodging discounts Retail & Pro Shop Discounts also available.
PEOPLE MAKE OUR CULTURE.
Being a Vail Resorts employee means joining a company that is dedicated to delivering an extraordinary guest experience by continuously investing in our team and the infrastructure, system and training programs that support the employee experience.