The company, because it is a healthcare provider, offers pretty decent medical insurance packages as very reasonable price. The company, at least in my department, was going to be switching from a 403b to a 401k come 2018, which was fairly exciting. Paid Time Off (PTO) accrual was fair, however it is quite literally impossible to use regardless the reason. For the position I held, there was a monthly shift differential, quality and availability bonus. However, it wasn't enough to rave over.
Variety of insurance plans for any budget Middle management doesn't understand how to manage employees
The best part of the benefits, cost is tired based on years of service and hourly wage. The worst is the eye coverage.
Benefits were very generous and visited frequently to adjust for market competition with a few of the other regional hospitals in the area
really good health insurance of you want it. they have a 403B with no matching but are changing it to a 401k with matching come 2018.
Did not match or contribute to 401K
I worked at the hospital in Erie, PA before the Allegheny Health Network took over and their benefits were less than spectacular to say the least. It was the first place that I had ever worked in my life where you had no sick days at all, just a set lump of vacation/pto days that took a long time to build up. Especially for new employees.
Best thing about the benefits package would be the quality care at allegheny health network. The worst would be the copay sand the amount of deduction taken out of your check
It's a great PTO and vision plan but you might not be able to take it with you when you leave.
No company matching on 403b, only 6 paid holidays, Medical/Dental are very mediocre, and not what you'd expect from a Health Network.
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