The benefits are good. The major complaint among employees is PTO. Because Banner is a health system, as an employee there are no paid holidays, you must take PTO.
Company perks like fringe benefits are the best. Health Benefits and retirement is just ok, not as good as other hospitals that I've worked at.
401k company match up to 4%. PTO has to be used for company holidays and sick time. Various health insurance plans available which let you customize what you need for your family
The health insurance isn't fantastic when you think about the fact you are working for a healthcare company. But when compared with the private sector or self employment market, it really is good. Family of 5 approximately $220 for health insurance. Vision and dental are more but you have to have them if you take the health insurance. We get a set of glasses and eye exam every year. There is an allotted amount for frames and then all the extras on the lenses cost a little bit. I have a $600-$800 pair of workstation glasses that cost me less than $200. Dental covers two cleanings per year. 22% discount on Verizon Wireless. Microsoft Office DOWNLOAD, not the monthly subscription, as well as Project are less than $30 for a personal license. That is a huge savings over $1200 in the open market as the Project program is very expensive. Banner sometimes has problems being realistic in its comparison of like employees with different companies. For instance, they might compare wages and benefits to a district right next door but has a much lower patient volume showing they are competitive. But go the opposite direction to a major competitor and the flat answer of, "we don't compete with them. They aren't our competition" comes out.
Family Medical is very affordable
Insurance cost containment and beneplace benefits
Health insurance is expensive especially for working for a hospital, you get a 401k banner matches I think 10%, 18% night differential, no weekend differential, no holiday bonuses, have to work most holidays or they take your PTO, pay is low, employee discount through a website but not that good of a discount; couldn't find anything there that I wouldn't find online by myself (tried to buy a computer and it was the same price as the company's website or in the store)
Banner Health Network Insurance is not as good compared to competitors
401k match 4%, high cost for health ins, no pension no flexible hours, limited vacation time; hard to obtain PTO, due to mgmt enforcing full-time employees to take low census
After our purchase by Banner Health we lost an adequate dental plan. It was replaced by a high dollar plan. Also, sick child in-home daycare partially sponsored support benefit, using a local vendor, was taken away after our merger with Banner. If you have a kid who needs braces, you don't want to work here.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.