EngenderHealth offers generous benefits that support the health and wellbeing of employees.
Medical and dental options are very good.
Best things -twenty days of vacation, six personal days, twelve sick days per year, generous 401 allocation. Worst things - the privilege of telecommuting has been taken away for most employees; less flexible working schedule.
Health insurance is very comprehensive
good benefits and 401k plan
Excellent benefits offerings.and early entry to most plans.
Has a competitive benefits package, especially health insurance (plus dental, vision) and 401k. Paid maternity leave, but relatively short for a women's health organization..
EngenderHealth has one of the better benefits packages both in its industry and compared to other industries that I have seen. The 401K contributions are especially generous. The health and dental plans are very affordable. Work-life balance is very valued, and I have found supervisors very open to requests/suggestions. There is a staff union, which works to negotiate for these quality benefits and the dues are relatively small. Like most organizations, some benefits begin after a certain period of work rather than right away.
the best is that it was comprehensive and at single it was free. The worst was the old 403b plans.
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