It's alright, if you can sidestep the drama with coworkers and management
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Whistler, BC – 9 March 2017
You could say this was a decent job to get started in the area, but the perks aren't nearly as good as some of the other companies around, and they care a lot more about money then they will about you. You'll do well if you're let into the clique, but otherwise you'll find yourself up against some unfair situations.
I wouldn't recommend this job but that's just based on some of my experiences, and I was offered a great position with the mountain afterwards.
Note: I was kicked out of staff accommodation without any notice or reason other than they hired new staff and I was being replaced. I was given 2 hours to pack up and move out of staff accommodation, if I didn't have good friends in the area it would have been a really tough time, I wouldn't trust this company. My advice is just look for a job on the mountain and know you'll have a great time!
No mountain pass - you have to pay for it, unpredictable hours, some staff and coworkers are difficult to get along with