Best benefits by far that any company could offer.
Only 4 weeks vacation until you hit 5 years, then you have 5 weeks. Expensive insurance especially when you add dependents and spouses.
Good vacation and sick. Flexible with time off.
Not enough vacation time compared to other similar companies.
you have to take 3 vacation days to ever take a sick day so you might as well not have either- it is a joke. And even if you are not working in patient care you do not get any holidays. So if you have a sick child you can forget about not working on christmas.
For the first four years, you only have 10 days of PTO time. However, you also have 10 days of sick time. They do pay for Holidays also, but there is a Holiday/Saturday rotation and I usually end up working every major holiday weekend. The health insurance isn’t bad.
Access to local hospitals owned by CHS is limited unless you want to drive over an hour to actually utilize benefits.
Basic 3% matching on retirement and basic healthcare coverage packages. This took 6 months of contracting to have a chance at being added(really took 8 because of break). The week of vacation is basically pointless because it doesn't add up to a week until November and you're forced to take a week long vacation then anyways.
403 b match after 1 year
Bad - CHS set limits below federal guidelines on 401K investments (highly-compensated category). By definition, I was not even close to a "highly-compensated" employee.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.