Insurance is really affordable. Copays are ok, $30 for pcp and specialist. Deductible is 2000, unless you participate in their “wellness program,” which brings it down to $250. You earn PTO twice a month, but if you work in an office you have to use your PTO for holidays. You get discounts at places through the community.
Healthcare benefits are more expensive and less comprehensive than surrounding businesses of similar size. Paid time off policy is also terrible compared to surrounding businesses. Based on accrual system (earn less than 1 day every 2 weeks), it is punitive, and it is very hard on employees with families. Good luck if you get sick. You have to take PTO for all holidays, they are not separate.
This job offers so much more ,PTO,insurance ,403 k ,paid holidays , short term /long term disablity
Part-time employees are no longer offered healthcare unless they work 30 hours per week. Management hires more part-time employees to ensure no one working part time works any where near the 30 hours. Therefore no healthcare.
Excela Health has made great efforts to keep the employees deductible for medical coverage reasonable, especially compared to the market
Excellent benefits, 401k plan & PTO. Friendly knowledgeable staff.
We didn't get floating holidays like I had at other hospitals. They seemed to give us the bare minimum that they could and I have heard it's worse now.
401k is good. the vacation days are not as great as you would think.
All the benefits are average to above average. The pension is poor though compared to other professionals.
Poor PTO, a $50 deductible charge for use of emergency tretment at an Urgent Care facility, and if sent to the E/R at our own hospital, a $100 deductible! Very poor PTO, lumping sick time and Holiday hours in with PTO hours. Charging an employee with demerit points if he/ she gets sick at work and has to leave early; really?! Employees can't get sick!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.