very good medical health insurance but dental along with vision is also available if you need it
Pro's: 401k, Rolling PTO hours year to year not used, Work-life balance dependent on which department you work in. Flexibility Con's: Health insurance is very expensive, yearly Merit increases are very low not much more than 2.5 %, If you'd like to have your spouse or significant other on your health insurance the company charges you additional $50 per pay period (an extra $100 per month), Opportunities for advancement are very difficult
Overall a decent benefits package.
Retirement savings is mediocre, healthcare costs too much (which is ridiculous coming from a health care company!), And NO holiday pay.
You need to treat with Aurora only to be in network which is tough when you have a child attending school out of state.
Health insurance (although it could be better considering we work in healthcare), 401K match, tuition reimbursement.
Benefits are comparable to other health care organizations. I don't feel there are enough provider options with the medical insurance.
I don't work enough to get even part time benefits, so I don't have any real experience with any of them. That being said, they're more than most entry level retail or customer service jobs. Its pretty wierd that healthcare isn't more affordable when working for a healthcare company. That's probably the worst part about the benefits.
They match 401 k, they offer HSA and you accrue pto quickly.
Extra perks besides the norm like gym and wellness credits and tuition reimbursement. Cost of medical is a little high for family and cheaper plan has a pretty high deductible.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.