Current and former employees report that Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Paid time off accumulates very quickly. The only issue is that it can be difficult to actually take time off considering the staffing shortages. ”
“I have the HSA which is nice because I rarely go to the doctor, has a low premium”
“Must work 3 years and then they contribute minimally.”
I didn’t have any issues with the benefit package.
Average health insurance benefits. Good 401k match
Comparable package to Sanford Health. Average matching. Nothing spectacular.
Lots of benefits available and credit union
Im a RN and took on a new role working in Home Health. I chose this position because My husband & I recently moved to PA with our 2 kids (1&3), with no family available for his residency program with a hospital. If you know that life, I’m pretty much the main parent for our kids. I don’t want to work in the hospital/floor work anymore; nor do I believe the hrs are flexible enough. I need a job that’s flexible for the kids but pays >$44/hr. Maybe remote or hybrid? Please help w/ suggestions.
There are many reasons why the current atmosphere for clinicians is a total shit show. What irks me the most is when companies say they treat everyone like “family” but do things like micromanage you or treat you like crap. Currently work for Legacy as a DPT and when my contract is up in a couple of months I’m out of there! Stay away from this company.
Excellent benefits package. PTO accumulates quickly.
3% match on 401k. Voluntary benefits like short and long term disability available.
Have heard great things about the benefits
Love working there. Experience was great.
Nice 401K match. Benefits package seems competitive
It's great and very nice.