Our highly competitive compensation and benefits package is part of the reason Genesis HealthCare has one of the highest retention levels in the industry. We’re also known for our honesty and integrity, for the level of caring shown to those we work with and who work for us, and our willingness to accommodate employee needs. As part of our team, an employee may qualify for full-time benefits even if working as few as the equivalent of four days per week.
Our benefits include:
No Holidays, no raises in a few years, but health insurance premiums increase, no 401k match
High cost to the employee.
It all sounds good, health, dental, 401K(don't assume HR is looking out, for 3 yrs I thought I was paying into my 401K until I went to buy a house), no disability...how ironic. They had Aflac come in and I've been paying for 3 years for short term disability. Of course they found a loop whole for my seizures and liaisons on my brain. It's a joke, sounds good but even meeting my deductible I have thousands in medical bills within 8 months.
There are no paid holidays. There is a strict deadline for vacation requests. The management is great and the staff is great!
Time off is earned based on hours worked.
High health care costs, limited health care coverage, poor time off amount, no company match/contribution on HSA or 401k
They give you the option of getting about $2 more per hour if you don't end up picking up the health insurance. The worst thing about that was how I was made to feel by my boss at the time for electing to take this option. As soon as I told her that this was what I wanted to do, her behavior toward me changed. Weird.
2-3 weeks paid vacation. Sick time. Personal time. and Massachusetts stick state (if you live there).
They took away our raises and most holidays. People who have worked there 20+ years have seeked other employment since the new administration took place.
High deductible healthcare planes, vision and dental are good plans. They also offer up to $150 reimbursement for a gym membership if you go 10 times/month. They offer a good discount if you participate in preventative care. PTO is OK, but you can rarely use it because you will be asked to work the weekends to make up for patient care coverage. No raises in 2+ years.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.