Good healthcare coverage at Centura
Poor management. Continual turnover and new bosses frequently
Centura Health did an audit and requested birth certificates, marriage licenses, and a copy of last years tax return front page. I submitted this to an online web site and they said they did not receive it and they cut off the insurance and benefits to my family without notification. They refused to make an exception. They did not notify me that the insurance was stopped and I did not find out until 3 weeks after the fact from my health insurance website. In order to buy insurance in the middle of the year, you have to do so within 60 days and failure to notify me may have prevented me from getting insurance for my family. You cannot trust this benefits department.
No paid holidays and a minimal offering of PTO. The options of Health Insurance are limited and incredibly difficult to work into already low wages. The single parent status is a trainwreck when working for medical coverage rather than rent. The options for Whole Life and 401K are just as financially hard to sustain as the Health Insurance. The Eye and Dental options feel better to the family budget than the other sources of coverage.
for what you get for benefits , you have to pay a lot to have good health insurance.
While flexible with scheduling they will not let you take any days off (or partial days) even if you get your hours covered unless you have PTO to cover it. Their salaries are also incredibly low in comparison and the annual raises are pennies (literally) not nearly enough to keep up with cost of living in Colorado.
Good benefits, poor PTO (they require you to take PTO for mandatory holidays if you are in the clinic setting)
One of the best benefit perks is a matching 401(k), decent health coverage options. One of the worst things is the slow rate at which you accrue paid time off per paycheck.
They have great benefits. I wish I still had their health insurance.
health insurance, dental, vision, 401k, tuition reimbursement, scholarships.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.