In addition to your paycheck, the Denver Broncos Football Club and Stadium Management Company provide many other benefits. We consider the dollars and cents of your benefits to be a very important and quite substantial part of your total compensation package. Our benefits are designed to provide you with a competitive benefits package that includes protection for you and your family against ordinary medical expenses, to assist you in preparing for a secure and rewarding retirement, and to provide a positive work/life balance.
Benefits offered include the following:
- Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
- Medical-Spending Account and Dependent-Care Account
- Life and Accidental Death/Dismemberment
- Short-Term Disability
- Long-Term Disability
- Long-Term Care Assistance
- Retirement Savings
- Denver Broncos Football Tickets
- Educational Assistance
- Employee Assistance Program
Additional Perks―Throughout the year, additional discounts and perks are offered. Perks include the option to purchase additional tickets to select Denver Broncos home football games, merchandise discounts at the Team Store, a generous vacation and personal day policy, summer hours, access to weight room facilities, discounts with many of our corporate partners, and holiday closures, gift cards, and parties to name just a few!
Benefits are offered to full-time and part-time employees regularly scheduled to work more than 30 hours per week.
Insurance Benefits and the 401(k) Plan are fully described in the literature provided by the insurance companies and/or Summary Plan Documents and are available upon hire for review. The descriptions above are intended only as summaries. To the extent such summaries conflict with the literature provided, the latter prevails. The Benefits and 401(k) Plan described above may be modified, suspended, or eliminated at the discretion of the Denver Broncos Football Club with or without advanced notice.
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