It is easy to understand.
I'm young and recently married. Cerner has a great health plan from as far as I can tell. They offer Health, Eye, and Dental with a very reasonable out of pocket and they also have Primary Care clinics on site.
Can accrue up to 120 hrs of PTO within first year. Can roll over max of 50% of accrued pto.
Benefits are "ok". Pay is below national standard by at least 15%.
Health plan is good so long as you use the Employee Clinics and free gyms are nice.
Health Insurance that is purchased and supported entirely within the Cerner Corporation allows for a fluency and confidence in my healthcare and my future.
Did not like the health insurance. Prescriptions were expensive.
401K is 50% matching up to 3%.
High Deductible Health Plan with Flex instead of HSA
Sub-par benefits package. - 401(k) match is 2% and it fully vests if you stay 5 years with the company. The available funds have very high management fees, so you'll have to do it yourself to get the most out of your money - the health plan is horribly expensive, and, surprisingly for a healthcare company, it does not cover genetic testing. It also gets more expensive every year, and not in line with overall compensation, so you're ending up with less money when considering inflation and benefits prices going up. - everything else they offer is in line with other companies I'm rating it low because of the very poor 401(k) and the horrible health plan, considering the company wants to be at the forefront of medical advancements.