Current and former employees report that Aesculap USA provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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BC PPO plan for family
401k - average (3% I think) Health insurance - good (HSA) Company car Vacation - average (3 weeks I think) Corporate AMEX Gym membership paid for. Expense 1 new pair of shoes /year I’m
Spousal surcharge is antiquated and way too expensive.
16 pto days a year.
I'm a RN by title but left the profession to pursue other things. I'm currently in HIM dept at our local hospital, I'm tossing around becoming a coder. Has anyone on here ever switch gears and branched of their nursing education and go to coding or something in healthcare? Please share your experiences or suggestions.
Just curious if there are others out there with licenses in different health care fields? And if so how do you present your credentials on a company website or business cards? I am a registered pharmacist (30 years) and certified mental health counselor ( will be licensed this Spring). I am currently practicing exclusively as a counselor but may explore other options in the future that incorporate both fields of experience. Should I represent that I’m licensed/certified in both fields?
Hi I am an RN but looking for a 100% remote job due to medical reasons where I am not on the phone much. For over 15 ￼years I was a Program Manager for a health plan. I've recently got my CPHQ ￼and wondering what else I can do outside of managed care. I feel like another sector such as a large healthcare system, pharma or biotech company maybe more rewarding,. I do have my Masters Degree from a school of Publc Health. Other than searching Program / Project Manager what am I not thinking of?
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They suck. Be prepared to pay out your nose.
Great benefits and they keep adding more
Solid benefits for a company of this size
They do 401k matching and you are 20% vested each year. Also offer FSA/HSA accounts, health insurance, discounts on tuition to certain schools, and other things.
They had a pension plan while I was there. Very rare.
Seems like a good package that they try to improve on each year