The yearly bonus for all employees, hard to keep track of all the benefits
The new PTO plan is pretty good, about 30 days combined (vacation, personal, and sick). The 401k is average if you contribute 5%, the company matches 4%. The health insurance is average, the HSA plan is a better value because the company gives you some funds to help with the deductibles and the premiums are much less. The yearly stakeholder bonus was great in the past but its been declining.
It's OK. Vacation plan is sub par and employees should demand more. 401k match is decent.
Vacation time and other benefits/perks should be the same as the physicians for np/pa who also generate revenue
Benefits are very good. Options include a health savings account.
It seems like a great deal, but all of the plans are co-insurance plans (20% after deductible) would have been better if there was a fixed co-pay.
You have to pay more to get a vitamin benefit that you don't need, because they own a vitamin company that doesn't get enough business so they force you to buy hundreds of dollars of their product.
The benefits are good. The work/life balance is something that needs to be looked at.
Vitamins, 401k match, bonus structure
Health insurance, 401K, $600 credit for vitamins and supplements, cons starting salary and yearly bonus.