I am a PRN employee, so I do not get medical benefits, but PRNs are eligible for retirement plans. No raises for PRNs is the worst part of it.
Great 401K matching, child care benefit, adoption, maternity, dental, vision, & healthcare of course. They also have a concierge service for employees to run small errands, like getting the oil changed in your car. Biweekly for one person I pay less than $90 for dental, vision, and health insurance. I get about 3 weeks of vacation time per year, which increases with years of service.
Very complete health insurance package. Can select between PPO and HMO as well as extensive prescription coverage. Overall, very happy.
The best part is there 401k plans, and the worse is the cost if benefits for part time employees
Comprehensive benefits package and promotion of work/life balance!
Children's offers great benefit plans and any options to choose from to fit your personal needs
I love the benefits. They have been the best thus far but the pay is not great.
Paid time off, sick days, convenient company perks (like concierge service), CHOA will help with finances for adoption as well
Dental insurance is terrible- for anything other than cleanings or preventative care you are expected to pay 50% of the bill. I was unable to afford to repair teeth damaged from grinding at night, or the oral surgery my dentist recommended for a condition I was born with. Maternity leave is standard for a US company (take that as you will). Paternity leave is not offered. Retirement contributions are not fully vested until 5 years. Don't count on bonuses (I cannot speak for what management gets). Flexing time- management seems to work with you on this, but it's hard to flex your time in practice due to the nature of responsibilities. Health insurance seems okay as someone who does not have significant health issues. High copays for physical therapy and counseling ($40 per visit). If your spouse has insurance through their company, they are required to use it and will not be allowed to join your plan. You are forced to use CVS as a pharmacy. I like my current CVS location, but have had an issue at another CVS with the pharmacist yelling out my personal information in front of a line of customers so I would really prefer to have my choice in pharmacy respected by my employer. CHOA used to offer to cover your first visits for therapy, meetings with legal for drafting a will, etc. but this year when I looked in our compensation book that benefit had disappeared. They help pay for adoption and daycare. PTO- you get two personal days a year, and the rest is lumped together. Again, management probably gets better perks as far as accruing PTO. If you take a week or two off to recover from donating bone marrow (true story that happened to a coworker) you are expected to use your own PTO for that, but management will congratulate you at a large meeting. Cafeteria at the office park is great and cheap if you get the hot food, but crazy expensive if you just want to run in and get a package of watermelon and grapes- $15 bucks for that and a bottle of water. Strong 4 Life encourages a healthy and active lifestyle. They cover membership to the Atlanta Track Club and will pay for you to complete a triathlon. Concierge service will do chores around town like grocery shopping or returning packages. Employees can accrue " celebration points" and trade them in sort of like credit card points for items from an online catalog. It is sometimes unclear what you can do to earn points- writing others ecards, or "celebrations", does not necessarily mean the recipient gets points. If you participate in events like "7 days to eating less sugar" or "strong 4 life cooking class" you can sometimes get a point. Another review mentioned an active wear Wednesday event and bringing pets to work. I don't know where this person worked, maybe at the Office Park, but neither of these are benefits allowed at my location.
Children’s takes great care of you as an employee. You are able to accrue PTO and the health benefits are great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.