“Forced overtime at Vail. No enforcement of safety”

No enforcement of safety or any rules, no working heat, no secure mail room in employee housing. no HR department to contact and lots of screw ups i.e. tax rates being entered wrong, hours missing from paychecks, significant delays in pay, certain departments hired with full-time hour expectations but then REQUIRED to work overtime and not able to request days off. way too big of a company and way overstaffed, and overpromising to guests/staff to not have employee support (HR functions outsourced to virtual company which take weeks to respond to urgent matters, if at all).

Advice to Management: Stop over promising guests and bringing in employees under false pretenses then act.

Unsafe vehicles, drivers forced into overtime, management fails to protect drivers.

Wage is low; don’t care about employees; overtime because they don’t have enough employees.

Vail Resorts Glassdoor reviews

Human Resources Interview at Vail Resorts

I was directly sourced via LinkedIn and was quickly scheduled for interviews. I met with the recruiter, hiring manager, and an internal HRBP (“peer”). They were highly responsive and moved quickly to schedule me for my next round after next round all within the same week.

I was communicating directly with the hiring manager who was making herself available and checking in with me regularly – all good signs of interest to go out of her way. I was told I would have one more conversation, and after following up a few times, received no reply.

After several days of silence, I received an automated decline email from the recruiter/ATS. After following up directly both with the recruiter and hiring manager for additional context, I still received no reply.

Auto-declines are used often and acceptable through most of the process – but not with late-stage applicants you’re seriously considering. Overall, a very disappointing candidate experience – then again, candidate experience is incredibly reflective of a company’s values and culture..

Anonymous (via Glassdoor)