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:
They do not match 401.
Have to accept benefits plan in order to have paid time off
They advertise 401K matching, but have not matched for at least 6 years. The medical benefits are very expensive.
This company has very high insurance premiums and NO 401K match!!
Work from options but this was made available my manager only, it's not a company wide offered perk. Health insurance was very poor catastrophic plans with one actual decent "gold" plan being the cost of gold itself. If you don't want to see a large portion of your paycheck, you can cover your family.
they offer good health benefits, and its easy to accrue paid time off
*401k (unmatched) *Various health insurances as well as dental and vision coverage *Perks (e.g., 25% discount on phone bill for certain provider) *Paid holidays (can receive double pay if working a Thanksgiving or Christmas) *2-4 weeks PTO (depending on # years worked *Vacation buy-back (if you can't use up all of your time, you can sell some and receive it in your next paycheck). *Company sponsored CEUs and other learning opportunities to maintain your license and grow professionally (free)
CME money is good. Health insurance high employee contributions for poor insurance. High deductible. Vacation time is fair. No 401k match, no raise
The best thing about the benefits package was 3 weeks of vacation after working with the company for 5 years. No comment about the worst thing about the benefits package because I was fairly satisfied with the package.
They give certain full-time employees NO room to take time off or have any benefits because they are too reliant on some employees, while they let their FRIENDS do less work or take time off frequently. That is the name of the game. When I was reviewing my coworkers FT healthcare enrollment activities, it was a headache of a step-by-step process to go through to reach a certain number of points in order to receive the benefit in the FIRST PLACE.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.