The balance of the benefits are good - healthcare in particular is strong and I know a bunch of people who needed serious procedures and expenses and the insurance covered everything and they got really good care.
The benefits for Catholic Health are meager at best. They do not offer matching 401k at any level, their PTO time off for new hires is pitiful and you can't use your PTO time off for any reason (even holidays if you get hired during a holiday and are a salaried employee) during your first 90 days, which is ridiculous. Their Pension plan is only vested after 5 years while their competitor vests you after 3 years. Their health plan is expensive for families (as again, compared to their competitor). I would not recommend this company if you are looking for a more well-balanced benefits package. There are better companies with better benefit packages available.
End of the year PTO buy back option is great.
Cost of family insurance is always expensive, but overall the coverage was great if you could use all Catholic Health facilities/physicians. The paid time off was nice too since Healthcare is, of course, 24/7, 365.
Health benefits are decent if you are full time. Part time employees pay a fortune for benefits-especially family coverage. Vision and dental are available and are reasonable. Also have optional life insurance.
Dental Insurance is inadequate
the entire package is very solid
Comprehensive package is adequate to provide sound peace of mind and allow the employee to focus on quality work for the health system. Overall, the costs are fair for this environment of employers passing costs of healthcare coverage to the employee.
Complete comprehensive benefits package offered. Full coverage health benefits. $0 deductible with low cost premiums.
Health and welfare benefits were good. No match for 403b plan. PTO wasn't great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.