Current and former employees report that Altru Health provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“8 weeks paid maternity leave”
“Insurance wasn’t that great but it was available ”
Good 401k package, plenty of PTO, jury duty pay, and good maternity leave.
They did offer 8 week paid maternity leave, which was nice. You are required to use PTO for sick days; they do not offer any kind of extended sick leave. Their PTO accrual rate was okay, but you could only have 160 hours in your PTO bank before you started to lose it. Not a great benefit to a young mom wanting to take an extended maternity leave. When I started, they offered a company match to your 401k contributions. Within a year, they took away their company match all together. Disappointing.
Switched to UMR health insurance. Doesn’t cover much of anything. Eye benefits, doesn’t cover cost of exam.
Great PTO. Good incentive programs for nurses.
PSA: I had a horrible experience applying for a job at Devoted Health. Applied online and then got asked to schedule a phone interview. On the day of the interview, I waited 20 min and nothing happened. I emailed the HR rep, he didn’t acknowledge or apologize and just told me to reschedule so I did. I even sent a separate email to confirm the second phone call. Second day of the interview, same thing, no show. I sent an email letting him know that my time is not being valued. (Cont’d)
Mount Sinai Health System
Hi everyone, I am looking to go for my masters degree, I have my bachelors in health services administration and economics and I am looking into dual degree programs. The ones I am currently looking into is Scranton’s MBA/MPH program, as well as SUNY Buffalo. I am also looking at the Zicklin/Baruch MBA program, but wanted some advice on what to do. I am looking to move further up in management within a healthcare system, and wanted to get some advice from others besides the people I work with.
Best: easy to choose your package because only two choices for you Worst: Basically it is the same as no benefits due to large portion of copay and limited hospital choices, as well as expensive to add your family
Best: Easy to choose your benefit package because you only have two options. Worst: Very bad coverage. Unreasonable price. If you’re single, about $60/mo, add your spouse will be $220/mo. It will be ok if you’re living in California or Washington state, but in North Dakota, this price is definitely too expensive to make sense. The most terrible part is about it’s coverage and copay part, whatever happens you need to pay large portion of the cost. You can use your insurance at Altru hospital or other sister facilities but they’re all in small towns that you may never go to in your whole life.
Good health insurance packages for singles.
PTO, Flex spending accounts, Dental/Vision Insurance.
Average pay and benefits offered
Fantastic Benefits, including investment in your retirement after only 2 years of employment