Inhouse service free for days, lab ect.
Poor vacation benefits that are painfully slow to accrue. Also the occurrence system incentivized people to call out of work if they were going to be late, and then to continue calling out for 3 days (because it counts as only one occurrence) .
Best benefits by far like their 401k and insurance plans
Health insurance had high deductible and co-pays which I did not utilize. Retirement fund and matching was great. Up to 10%.
Benefits start after 30 days. However are very expensive with little coverage and high deductibles.
Excellent retirement matching. Area employee discounts for services. Decent health care coverage. Ability to use personal days for sick child rather than getting tagged for sick days.
They match you 401a at 3% which is nice. The insurance package that you can pay for with them is nice but it does require you to use the local area hospitals which might be irritating if you commute in.
The benefit package is very good here. They even offer tuition reimbursement for those wishing to continue their degree.
They have good benefits, but as a PRN employee I never got to use them. You get free urgent care, but the labs are $$$.
I love the health insurance! Great rates! I pay about $100 a month for myself and the coverage is good.
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