Working in Travel, you have great coverage. Including all travel vaccinations, an HSA (Heath Spending account) full dental and drug.
Best thing is the FAM policy
Decent dental coverage, minimal health spending funds. It’s great receiving a ‘free’ trip (up to $3k), however I didn’t make enough to travel without going in to debt. Unlike others there were not many travel opportunities with my role.
It is expensive to pay for your partner if you'd like to include them on your benefits, and the limits for things like glasses and massages are fairly low if you're splitting them with a partner. I would not recommend adding your partner to the benefits. The costs outweigh the rewards. The dental plan is pretty good though, so if you anticipate dental work, then adding your partner is worth it.
Free international fam trip annually.
Travel industry pay is not the best. You have to really love what you do for the hours that you put in. It is a fun work environment and there are many people who both work and socialize together, hard to break away.
Free trip each year, including airfare allowance. If you're good, you get a trip to G Stock, the annual company conference each year as well, which is an amazing experience. There are other international trips you can qualify for as well, in addition to regular benefits (dental, physio etc). Pay isn't great, but hey, it's travel.
Free trip every year. Needs more options for RRSPs or other savings. Benefits definitely are geared towards young, single individuals.
The best thing is the Health Spending Account
Every company provides its perks, and this travel company is no exception. Of course the main perk of working here is the travel. But, you still gotta pay for it (i.e. it ain't completely free). Work here when you are young and impressionable, and free beer and free t-shirts are enough to incentive you. Stop working here the minute your BS-ometer goes off. Shouldn't be long!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.