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“Depending on your level it is difficult to get time off approved. The staff have it easier with the union to back them up, but middle management and first level supervisors have a more challenging experience.”
“No paid leave for maternity and birth time off. You only get paid for the amount of time you are able to save in order to receive any payments. ”
“Overall health care benefit not good”
No benefits for PRN. Part time benefits very expensive. Full time benefits are okay but as far as PTO you pretty much have to be full time
As a fairly young and healthy person, the benefits were perfect for me. Its also a union job, which came with additional perks.
Great Benefits, Great people. Love it.
very poor benefit package for working in a hospital, insurance is expensive and coverage is terrible.
Affordable, many options to choose from
The salary is excellent. The medical benefits are limited. It is only cost effective if you select the lowest tier package and with that package you can only use the providers in the Crozer Keystone network. If you live a distance away that may not be an option. I'm not happy not to have access to a better health care provider should the need arise
gym reimbursement, flexibility, hours, community,
Not great to be a hospital
Did not like their sick time policy. You get penalized for using the sick time you accumulate.
Vacation can only be stored up to double the total allotted vacation per year. They have changed the retirement plan twice in two years. Being for-profit was a big change for most of the staff after being a non-profit for most of their career.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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