Great health benefits and work life balance. 401k match could be a lot better and lags behind other companies.
Benefits will end the very same day that you finish your employment agreement with Cerner. My wife suffered a miscarriage and needed and ultrasound a one day after I finished with them and they did not cover it. Although they take the money from your paycheck to cover expenses for two weeks, they will not prorate any claim that you may have after your end date. They never specify that in the orientation. They just tell you the good things about it.
Cerner should offer better benefits package.
I found it ironic that I worked for a medical software company and, as a contractor, had no medical benefits.
Excellent healthcare insurance options, vacation policy is fair, good 401K plan, matching dollars could be higher
onsite gym and pharmacy. great health plan
Pretty Average benefits, no other comments
The insurance is great: onsite clinics at every campus have physicians, wellness coaches, a dietitian, chiropractor, pharmacy and therapists. They have a new service for employees called "Magellan", which is basically a personal assistant service. You can call in and ask for referrals, recommendations on plumbers/hair stylists, lots of crazy stuff like that. I think that's pretty cool, though I have yet to try that service or hear much about it. The deductible is low, the premiums are low and you can customize your insurance plan.
Healthcare fro virtual employees is pricier and less than Kansas City based employes
I feel the benefit package is good considering the company location. The dental and vision plans were good enough to cover basic needs.