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“The benefits offered by Baptist are great!!”
“Better than most other companies.”
“Very good retirement plan at Baptist. ”
Best thing about the benefits package at Baptist is that they affordable to the individual. The worst thing about the benefits package is how expensive they are when wanting to add family members to coverage.
401 k - matches up to a certain percent
Great retirement benefits package, and accrual of PTO is fair.
Benefits are lacking. People come in sick due to no real sick day policy anymore unless you use all of your PTO which is little to begin with. It's choose to either come in sick and get other people sick or take a vacation that year. A few people get to work from home, most don't at corporate. Baptist also only offers tuition assistance if you go to their health college and then it is only 10-20%.
They treat Full-Time, Exempt (salary) workers exactly like hourly workers. Coming in as a professional with 15 years experience, I got less than 7 hours of PTO each pay period (bi-weekly) AND Holidays are taken out of your PTO bank. Which leaves a new hire with 2 weeks of PTO. At my last job (a competitor) I walked in with 4 weeks of vacation & holidays were not taken out of PTO. And unused PTO rolled over into the next year.
Reasonsble....but then they changed it. But still better than Market place options
401k, PTO, health insurance, optional cancer plans, FSA, HSA, retirement matching
The benefits package at baptist memorial health care is great. From health insurance to employee assistant program.
The benefits package is priced very reasonable for the whole family.
The high deductible plan gives employees $500 for individual and $1000 for family coverage on a health saving account card to be used for medical expenses.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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