Cox has its own insurance plans which is a plus but the deductibles are somewhat high. Good 401k and other dental/vision benefits. Some departments offer call-pay which is time and a half for being short-staffed. Good facilities as well
Complete Package list includes: Health Insurance at a reduced price, ETO (Earned Time Off), 403(b), Dental Plan, Vision Plan, Accident Insurance, Critical Illness, ADD Insurance, Life Insurance, Disability, Flexible Spending Tax Savings Plan, ADB, Jury Duty, Bereavement Leave, Adoption Assistance , Cafeteria Discount, Check Cashing, Child Care, Empoyee Health, Pharmacy, Tution Reimbursment, Credit Union, Continueing Education, Direct Deposit, Empoyee Service Awards, and other benefits. The best part of the benefits package in my opinion is the retirement plan which gives you the option of where you want to place your retirement such as in stocks. ETO is nice as you can save up a large amount of time for a long vacation or short spurts throughout the year. It is nice that the health insurance comes right out of your paycheck and its not something you miss. However if you are part-time health insurance is much more expensive when it comes out of your pay check which is a downfall.
Time off is nice you get about 5 or more hours a paycheck and you get utilize payroll deduct which is always useful if you leave your money at home!
Insurance rates for company owned insurance provider should be more competitive to other companies who also use this same insurance
The retirement package is not a 401k but a 403b (I think thats what it's called). They do match what you put in. Vision and dental come with two choices for each, so you can choose which fits you better. Health is pretty good, especially being a hospital. Vacation can be accrued fairly rapidly. Life Insurance is paid by the company after 1 year.
Insurance very expensive. Not great coverage
generous PTO, many ways to earn healthcare spending dolars
The time off that you accrue is wonderful.
Overall decent benefits. Standard employee savings plan through 403B. Will match up to 4%. Deductible is a little high, but all insurance plans are moving that direction.
Health care benefits are expensive and do not have good coverage. The best benefit is a generous 403b match.
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