The best benefits package I have ever had. They cover full medical, vision and dental as well as a flex spending account. The paternity/maternity leave is the best I have ever heard of.
Sutter health plan is not so great and does not include many providers in Marin county
Great Benefits and depending on unit great time-off.
They have a good retirement plan that includes a pension. It also offers a cash amount that can be used for medical care after leaving the company.
They only give the "match" to your 403B if they want too..no guarantee. They have added a deductible this year and are trying to capoy the Kaiser model with their own "EPO" called Sutter Select
The benefits are very good at CPMC. The options for a health plan was better than most companies and included an option for no employee contributions for total family health coverage. Co-pays we're reasonable for health supplies and prescriptions. 403b is the retirement plan and while they did offer employee match contributions they stopped doing that a few years ago. PTO is accrued based on longevity.
There are two options for medical coverage. One is employee contribution, where you pay an amount each pay period based on your title and you have greater freedom for where you can receive medical care, but your financial responsibility is much greater. The second alternative is your coverage is paid fullly by Sutter/CPMC. With this option, all of your care must be at a Sutter Health facility or by providers who take Sutter insurance.
Pros: 26 PTO days your first year of employment, 32 days thereafter. Great 403(b) match! Cons: You will need to take out of your PTO bank for holidays. CPMC observes 5 major holidays.
PTO seems generous at first but it includes holidays and sick time in it too. So in essence, five weeks (25 days) is 10 days of holidays, 5 sick days, and 10 days of vacation. That is not really all that great when you break it down. The employees have to use medical insurance with Sutter Select which is their own insurance program and you have to go to a Sutter doctor and there are limited choices. They have stopped matching for employees on 403b plan. Benefits always seem to be on the chopping block here and have been cut dramatically.
They now use a self insured, self administered health insurance plan where you can ONLY go to a Sutter affiliated doctor and you have No other choices whatsoever. Very limited. If you want a plan that offers doctors outside of Sutter, you have to pay a outrageous amount for the premium. They do offer a retirement pension plan but nothing compared to the pension formula that UCSF, San Francisco General, or Kaiser offer so you will get a lot less money when you retire if you work here. They stopped matching on their 403b plan a few years ago too. Bottom line, they have cut a lot and what they do offer is not as good as other local hospitals.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.