Healthcare coverage is awesome. Everything, except fees for ambulance transport and ER visit, is covered if you go to an Einstein location. PTO increases every year, I have worked here for almost 3 years and I accrue almost 7 hours each pay. Sick time stays the same usually averaging out at 3.03 hours per pay. Holidays are not counted separately, they come out of your total PTO bank. Pension plan is a 403b plan and they do match 2.5% of what you put away. No paid maternity/paternity leave, you have to use your PTO/Sick time or FMLA. No Volunteer time off.
Einstein health insurance allows employees to see any Einstein provider free without copay.
the benefits were great, we had a great team. The co-workers cared what they did and that made all the diference
Abundance of PTO/Sick Time, however, you have to use PTO for Holidays, no separate Holiday bank. Medical Coverage is wonderful and virtually free as long as you use an Einstein physician or practice. No Fertility Coverage at all. Vision Coverage sucks. A lot of supplementals which is great!
The best thing about the benefits package is comprehensive medical at reasonable cost and 100% coverage in network with great prescription plan .
If you get your medical care at Einstein there is no co-pay
good benefits package, but have to pay for some minor things like parking.
No copay if you see an Einstein in network doctor! This applies to any and all treatment/surgeries/etc.
My review is skewed b/c of my personal situation - I have no one else on my plan but me. B/c of this, the plan is affordable at about $44 per bi-weekly pay period for medical, vision and dental. (Just a side note - I guess b/c of Obamacare, the plan increased almost 60% a few years ago - I used to pay $28 per bi-weekly pay period for all 3). One feature I take advantage of is that if you use Einstein physicians, there's no co-pay - $0. I've even seen a dermatologist that's affiliated with Einstein and have a $0 co-pay. I can take advantage of this b/c I'm pretty healthy and don't need to see a certain specialist or physician outside the network. The one big disadvantage is that Einstein forces you to complete a program called Healthy Steps. You have to take a completely useless and bs online questionnaire every single year. You also have to get a physical and have basic bloodwork done and evaluated. If you're of a certain age, women have to get a mammogram and men have to get a colonoscopy/prostate check (can't remember which). If you don't complete the Healthy Steps program, Einstein docks $20 from your pay, EVERY paycheck. For all I know, that amount could have gone up since I was docked a few years ago. I wasn't even aware I was being docked until I noticed it on my paycheck. They don't send you an e-mail to let you know your non-compliant. I had no idea I was non-compliant and took the necessary steps to get compliant. They ended up hitting me for two $20 charges (over the 2 paychecks). No refund once compliant.
health promotion to keep you healthy
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.