Cerner offers a complete set of benefits to address your physical, financial and emotional health. At Cerner, we believe the foundation for a successful career starts with a variety of options that meet your needs while supporting a healthy lifestyle.
Cerner matches its 401 k contributions in Cerner stock. The outlook for the company is strong overall. Health insurance is great if you are in KC. I paid zero out of pocket for wellness checks and any prescriptions I had.
I have heard the benefits are really good however I was not enrolled in them at the time of my employment.
Cerner offers great benefits. Along with all the benefits below it gives great health, dental and vision insurance. their retirement plan is also good
The best part is using the HRA funds. I was able to be reimbursed for any co-payments, contact lenses, glasses, and even contact solution.
The Health Insurance is great if you reside in Kansas City. They have onsite NP's and PCP's available when you need it.
Gym on site Pharmacy on site Health clinic Refresh express and cafeteria Starbucks served Healthy living rewards Chiropractor on site
Health plan is a high deductible plan, but preventative care is all covered. I think this is an average benefits package, which is a little disappointing for a healthcare company. Could always be better.
The ASPP stock program has been great. The maternity leave program was complicated and difficult to understand and had I not contacted HR to ask how to log my time sheet I would’ve lost 5 days of PTO. Having a clinic and gym onsite is really great.
Compensation for 0-3 years of experience is a little below average market rate. Paid time off is not available to be used January 1. One has to collect hours for every week they work. Personal Time Off is also used for when you're sick. Other programs exist for a 3 month long medical leave or bereavement.
Perks look to be good only if you work in KC. Health insurance is good...although things like crutches are 'nice to have' items...really? 401k is fairly standard however their match is less than my last employer. And, you've got to watch/understand those stock options...not as much of a perk as you'd like to think. Time off is good...but don't save too much...you can only get paid out for 40 hours if you leave.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.