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“Terrible healthcare benefits with large out of pocket costs. On top of terrible pay for RNs.”
“Company matches 50% of your contribution for up to 6% of your income that you add to 401K (technically a 403b because the company is non-profit). ”
“PTO is all rolled into one bank (sick leave, vacation, personal, etc). Slow to build up especially when working 40-hour weeks instead of 36-hour. ”
I was with Seton for 10 years and the benefits were some of the best in Texas. That is until it changed to BCBS from Smart Health. Dental and vision were okay, nothing super extravagant.
good benefits , but could be better managed
Good 401k, bonus, paid time off
The best thing about the benefit package was the tuition reimbursement and health insurance
Wanted paid maternity leave
Awesome benefits related to mental health
The 403b retirement fund is a 3% match vested in three years and a 2% automatic match vested in 5 years. So in 5 years you'll have a 5% match that's completely vested. PTO is very slow to accrue. In two weeks, I'll earn 4ish hours of PTO.
Insurance and paid time off are good.
They used to be good, but they've striped away everything that was good and now we pay premium prices for bottom barrel benefits.
If you are not management: you get 2 weeks PTO yearly. Your retirement plan isn't vested until 5 years. There are no yearly bonuses. Your health insurance premiums increase 20% yearly, but you'll be lucky to get a 2% COL increase. You'll get a significant increase in work because of ongoing rounds of layoffs, but will not get recognition or compensation for any of this due to the yearly fiscal deficits of re-branding and expansion . Prepare to remain in the same title with the same pay unless you are a provider or management. Ascension could be doing a lot more to retain it's "non-professional" employees.
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