Stein Collection raises minimum wage to $20/hour

PARK CITY, Utah — Stein Collection, the hotel company that owns the Stein Eriksen Lodge and The Chateaux Deer Valley, announced that it is raising its hourly minimum wage to $20 an hour for current and future staff, effective immediately.

The company said that it is the first global lodging brand to raise its minimum wage that high.

“Stein Collection remains a leader in the luxury hospitality industry, which includes this timely, well-deserved increase in compensation for our hourly staff,” CEO of Stein Collection Russ Olsen said in a statement.

“As the first hotel entity to offer this new $20/hour rate, it is just one more way we strive to take care of our team members so they, in turn, can provide the exceptional care and legendary service our guests deserve. In addition, all existing staff, including managers, will receive a $2.00 an hour increase to their existing rate of pay.”

The company also offers the following benefits to employees:

·              Competitive hourly wages beginning at $20/hour

·              Health insurance plans (Medical, Dental & Vision) with low monthly premiums

·              Short and long-term disability and life insurance policies

·              401k retirement plan with company match

·              Benefits such as pet insurance, legal assistance and financial planning

·              Competitive wages and incentive plans for all management positions

·              Free chef-prepared meals in the team cafeteria

·              Monthly Team Member Appreciation Days

·              Dry cleaning services

·              Discounts on resort spa treatments, dining and lodging

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