401k, health and dental and vision , tuition reimbursement
Full health benefits (fl blue). High ded plans though, need to be lower esp. since we are in the healthcare field and such a big company. Vision and dental. HSA card. 401k (after 1 year). Life insurance. We also have other small plans for extra purchase (similar to aflack plans but aflack does not carry our plans).
The best thing about insurance is the many options available, priced from high to low.
The benefits package is an ACA plan, high deductible, high out of pocket. Dental and Vision are not worth having through them.
Only downside is raises are very minimal no matter the length of employment or experience
Benefits are OK, and pay seems a little below average. Compared to other employers in the medical field, health insurance is below average. You have a one year wait time for the 401k,. No paid sick leave, only PTO. This means, if you get sick you have to use vacataion time. The company distinguishes between two types of employees: "doctors" and mortals, which are normal employees. Doctors have a much better benefits package.
Benefits are competitive. In 2018, the company was able to keep my contributions flat while improving the plan design. Very rich 401k program with basically 4% match and no vesting period.
PTO is used as a single bank -- So whether you are out sick, on vacation, taking a personal day, or otherwise, it all comes from the same spot.
Worst is benefits plan that has high deductible and coinsurance responsibility, although payroll deductions are not bad. Just very expensive portion based on which benefit category chosen.
Adequate offerings to choose from. Extra policies that were accessible after 60 days. Al a carte type style benefits offered.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.