"Vail resorts is overall a fair company with low pay. The staff they bring in from other countries last winter were pathetic. Rarely worked and always on their phones.. Job can be fun, but no support to control bad employees. Pay is low and corporate will do the minimum to improve resort."
"Vail Resorts is a great company to work for with lots of opportunities across the United States in a very sought-after outdoor ski industry."
"I worked for Vail Resorts for several years. Overall, I truly appreciated much of what the company has to offer and stands for. Where I found challenges was the retail division. This side of the organization has experienced a large amount of growth over last several years but has struggled to establish a scalable foundation from which to build upon."
"Good people. Lower pay for the same level in other industries. Growth by acquisition has created a very complex business that can make projects that seem simple, very complicated. The culture is very meeting intensive because there is little autonomy, requiring senior level and even CEO approval on almost all strategies and tactics."
"Park City is a great place to be a ski instructor if you want to work... plenty of lessons. Also if you want to progress and get better the training is great."
"I have worked for Vail Resorts at Beaver Creek Ski School for the last four winters. Teaching skiing and snowboarding has been the most fun job I have ever held. Leadership at the local resort level is outstanding. The only bad part is the pay."
"Fast-paced, quick turnaround times"
"Overall good opportunities exist for employees. Company values and motto's are great, but not really put into practice on executive level. Very political and resistant to change, either positive or negative. Depending on the area of work at this company, I know experiences differ. Some are excited to go to work everyday and others can't wait to get out."
"It is a great company that truly values its employees."
"I served in multiple roles including project manager, business analyst, and lead software engineer on projects up to three million dollars in size."
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