Aurora offers great benefits including tuition reimbursement, dental, vision, health, 401, life insurance, supplemental life insurance, and vacation time. There is also a growing emphasis with developing employees.
When you max out on PTO you no longer accrue PTO. You are allowed PTO payout twice a year
you have a PTO bank, not specific to vaca,sick days etc. you accrue so many hours per period depending on your employment status. i actually really like the PTO set up. insurance is good
Healthcare benefits that are offered from Aurora healthcare aren't as good as you would expect. A family can cost up to $400/month.
Very average benefit package. Wish there was more to support working mom's.
Stopped 401(b) matching for an extended amount of time.
Healthcare coverage is expensive and poorly covered for anything outside of Aurora. Medication coverage is also poor.
The benefit coverage for employees is below average compared to local companies. The cost of benefits per paycheck at least 2.5 to 3 times higher than other local companies. Pharmacy coverage is not included in employee benefits - at a health care company this is shocking. You pay over $650 a month for family coverage and then pay a ton out of pocket for your doctor office visits and prescriptions. Not sure where the $650 a month is going. For a healthcare company employees pay an arm and a leg for basic coverage. I worked for non-health care companies prior in milwaukee and did not pay close to what I pay now (at prior employer I paid $140 a month for family coverage, now I pay $650 a month for worse benefits). The wellness credits are taxed as income so you do not reap much of this benefit. The fitness club reimbursement process is a nightmare, equals about $5 per check after taxes and only offered at a handful of gyms usually in the city of milwauakee where many do not live. They need to allow employees to go to any gym near their home. PTO has been changed, many not happy to lose 3 days of PTO when the PTO days given were already lower than other local companies. Holidays are part PTO bank of time which is strange and there are only 6 holidays offered. If they say you receive 23 days of PTO you need to remove 6 days automatically for holidays that they say are paid since they are part of the 23. Holidays need to be taken out of the PTO bank and the PTO banks need to be more than 18 days per year. This is not a lot given sick time is also lumped into the PTO bank.. Compensation is low compared to local companies. 403b match is very low compared to local companies. Company parties, celebrations do not happen unless the manager pays for this out of their own pocket. Managers do not receive any money for employee recognition or department get togethers or celebrations. This is shocking since they say they want to focus on the best people.
good PTO, decent insurance rates. Compensation return if you don't smoke, and are healthy
you have a lot of expenses and the benefits are ok u just got to chose wisely and see what best fit your needs,