The company does offer a Comprehensive benefits program with many options to suit all needs. It has it all!
You accrue at a low rate of 6.77 (if FT) until you hit your 3 year mark. It is both your sick and vacation bank that caps out at 280 which is nothing compared to UC Health’s 420. They start you off at nothing (UC Health starts you at 24 hours) and they pull out for holidays if you work an admin job. If you’re called off or delayed they take it from your PTO bank as well.
Coverage sucks. Didn't use it.
One week’s worth of paid leave (PTO) gets decided for you in the form of one additional “day off” the same week as an observed holiday. Having a solid week off is more valuable than an extra day per holiday.
I have to use my PTO just to make ends meet
Limited and basic Benefits offered.
3 health plans to choose from, all with very good coverage
The Centura Value Plan is a new plan that charges a reasonable monthly premium, but only charges a copay; there is no coinsurance. The caveat is that you must stay within the Centura network, but that isn't a problem for me since i am new to the state. The PTO accrual rates are horrendous, though, and they take PTO away for every company holiday, and they do not give you a single hour of PTO when you begin, so it is easily months before you can take a paid day off, and over a year before you can take a vacation.
The benefits are better in other industries. They are good here, but not as good as other industries. You would expect that health insurance would be great working for a hospital.
The PTO (or lack thereof) is the worst part of the benefits. All PTO is rolled into one bank - vacation, sick and personal time- and you don't get a lot of days to begin with. On days that the clinic was closed for a holiday you had to take PTO. You did not have the option to take the day unpaid.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.