Current and former employees report that BAYADA Home Health Care provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“insurance deductible is very high”
“good amount of time off ”
“could have more hands on training”
cost of family health benefits
401k, medical, dental and vision
Benefits could improve but not bad
Health Insurance is expensive for families, and 401k match is poor.
Our employee satisfaction survey is tied to our performance goals. Meaning, if we rate management badly, we cannot meet 10% of our goals which in turn affects our bonuses and raises. We asked HR but they didn’t do anything about it. Is this normal? Is this legal? If not, what else can we do about it?
Looking for ideas for a slight "career change". I can't stand working bedside/acute care nursing anymore, officially burnt out. Does anyone have any experience with informatics based nursing jobs, or clinical documentation specialist positions? EMR auditing? Remote jobs? Pros/cons? Do you find there are part time positions available? I don't have my masters just my BSN/RB, nor do I plan on going back for my masters, would possibly consider a certification if really necessary.
Have to pay extra for accident insurance and short term disability, provided through an Aflac Group Policy. Easy to access workman’s comp care.
Large OOP costs if you have health problems. If you want to add a spouse, you’re practically sending half of your paycheck to cover the weekly deduction.
The best is is that it's very comprehensive. The worst is that the price is high, but no higher than others in the industry.
They’re expensive and don’t cover anything. You accrue PTO time based on hours worked. The little bit you do accrue you need to save for when you don’t have work, so you’ll still be paid.
Benefits are expensive compared to what they pay you
Benefits have changed since covid. No Ionger guaranteed salary and never any raises.