Free health insurance! Even when only part time at 20 hours/week. It's amazing! The worst thing is the limited flexibility with hours and forced flex time when census is low.
100% employer sponsored benefits including medical, dental and vision.
The best thing is the hospital benefits.
Free medical insurance for minimum level, highest tier has amazing coverage (very low deductible) and is still very cheap for a family. Pension plan which is very rare today. Decent PTO time, Employee purchase programs, your badge can be used to deduct money from your check for purchases from places like the cafeteria or on site Starbucks. No 401k but has savings plan along with pension.
Compensation to further my education and great health benefits.
Great base pay and excellent benefits
The benefits were very nIce! They began after a 6 month probationary period. Both medical and dental had a very small out of pocket cost. They also give a discount on anything you purchase anywhere on the hospital. They also matched dollars for your 401k.
The benefits package vary depending on number of years of service. The longer you have been with them, the more PTO you have. There is a cap to PTO maximum.
excellent benefits, lots of diversity of departments and opportunities big company has difficulty sustaining change, slow to react to changes in healthcare,
Nice PTO accrual based on years of service and health insurance benefits are very cost friendly - there is even a premium free coverage option at many facilities. Retirement plan is outstanding which includes a savings plan with employer match as well as a pension plan that is company paid. Other perks include discounts at hospital cafeterias, discounted health club memberships, discounts for cell phone plans, Employee Assistance Program, and Tuition Reimbursement.
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