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“they have good competitive benefits.”
“The company uses Fidelity to manage retirement savings plans. They increased their employer match to 5% about a year ago from 2%. ”
“Currently receive 6 weeks paid vacation every year with 6 holidays.”
Avera has good competitive benefits.
Offer a decent benefits overall
Competitive health insurance benefits and great supplemental benefits.
Terrible insurance rates and deductibles.
The people and close work community
6 week up front paid vacation. CME allowance
Worst thing is the PTO is all in one bank, so your holiday time, vacation time, and sick time all come out of the same time off.
Good range of providers available with Avera's insurance. The employee insurance plan is fairly expensive. Also, Avera cut the extended sick leave benefit (ESL), which is a big big loss to employees, especially the working middle class. This benefit used to accrue over time (much like PTO hours) and ensures that the employee receives their full pay should an unexpected medical emergency, illness, complication etc should arise in their life. It basically helps to pay the bills until they can make it back to work. It was also able to be used for maternity leave. I am very very disappointed that this benefit was taken.
They offer a ton of PTO, but it's an inaccurate picture. You don't have paid holidays. You have to use your PTO for them.
It looks like you get a lot of vacation time, but you don't really. You have to use your vacation for holiday pay.
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