Cedars-Sinai offers a comprehensive benefits package to meet the needs of today's employees. Our benefits package has been designed to be flexible, allowing you to choose the coverage that works best for your personal or family situation and then change your coverage as you move through different phases of life.
Cedars-Sinai pays for a significant portion of the cost and you can customize your benefits by choosing from a variety of options including supplemental insurance.
Here's a summary highlighting key benefits offered at Cedars-Sinai to employees working 20 or more hours a week (the minimum hours required for benefits coverage). These benefits may change at any time and benefit plan documents always take precedence over this or any other benefit description;
Great healthcare and retirement benefits
Amount paid monthly for medical benefits is based on hourly wage. Patient responsible waived for medical services done at Cedars for employees and dependents. Pension and 403(B)
Great benefits with additional discounts if you use Cedars for your medical care.
Matching 401 K at 6% is great
As an Associate MFT (MFT Intern) I was offered nothing! NO salary, No paid parking! It was an "honor" to work there and so we were offered nothing in way of monetary benefits, or human kindness
Healthcare and vision benefits are very good, as is the retirement package. The number of vacation days could be increased.
Health insurance is great, very affordable, and employees do not pay co-pays when seeing a cedars physician. I found the HMO to be very accommodating to extensions, referrals. I had not had test, visit, extension or imaging rejected.
Best part is employer pays a large portion of your health insurance. I'm a single individual and only pay about $60 per month for HMO. Worst part of my particular job is that we cannot work from home.
Great benefits, even better healthcare.
Health insurance was expensive in monthly cost, but excellent and if you used a Cedas affiliated doctor, they typically waived the co-pay. PTO and sick time were separate items and at the time anyways PTO was not reduced when legislation required an increase in sick time (unlike many employers).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.