The best thing was that the group health plan was very good and affordable. It’s very competitive with the other employers in town. The worst thing is the paid time off. Your accrued hours also have to be used for US holidays (Christmas, Thanksgiving, July 4th, etc). After taking away the holidays, you are left with approximately 14 days off for new hires. You earn considerably more after 10 years. During bad financial times, they have taken earned PTO hours away from managers and directors.
Best thing health insurance along with the flexible spending account. Worst thing is no holiday pay.
Even after I went part time, I was allowed to keep my 503b and continue matched contributions. The contributions are matched 100% up to 5% of salary, with full vesting after 5 years.
Benefits package standard among other employers in the area.
No benefits when working for a private physician. Time off is obviously not paid and requires you find someone to cover your shift if you cannot be present for physician's schedule
Great place to work. Family atmosphere. Worked with employee with longevity
Best is you earn 7.08 hours per pay period, worst is holidays are taken out of your earned PTO.
The health insurance package is reasonable and the PTOs are calculated based on working hours. They offered maternity leave based on PTOs that is sometimes a hassle to manage for female workers.
good PTO accrual rates, insurance was a reasonable cost ($50 per pay period for CDHP for family and $100 per pay period for PPO), $50k company paid life insurance, 403b with 5% match
You must accure your vacation time and holidays.
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