BJC offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits program that includes a dedicated focus on the health and well-being of employees and their family members. These include programs and services to support and strengthen your physical health, such as medical and pharmacy coverage, dental and vision coverage, and also numerous well-being programs.
Employees’ financial health, including retirement, is also important. Through our close partnership with Vanguard and Mercer, BJC offers a pension plan or 403(b) plan, plus a 401(k) retirement plan with numerous investment options.
Our employees can also take advantage of BJC’s tuition assistance program from day one, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs), disability and life insurance, plus many other benefits and services – even entertainment and retail discounts.
BJC encourages all employees to explore the Benefits section and the entire Total Rewards website, to fully understand the value of BJC Total Rewards. If you are new to BJC, be sure to visit the New Employees page.
best thing is the pension plan. the worse thing is not all the hospitals have it
The PTO is a joke in my department
you would think working in a hospital your health is priority but you come out of pocket more working here. The perks you have benefits
Top of the line health care from the #11 hospital in the US
most benefits that they offer is worth using. the perks of some benefits and rewards are excellent . One bad thing is that once your child is a certain age they will cut them from insurance without acknowledge
The insurance is affordable for the most part and has great coverage as long as you stay within the BJC system.
Best: 401k and Pension plan Worst: difficult to get time off
Health, dental, vision, pharmacy, 401k contributions, and education assistance are excellent.
Great amount of PTO given, and it increases after you stay for 5 years. 401K contributions, and medical benefits are all outstanding considering you work at a hospital.
Great benefits package and healthcare. Downside is requirement to mail your medication, rather than picking it up at the hospital or pharmacy.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.