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.
CME money is good. Health insurance high employee contributions for poor insurance. High deductible. Vacation time is fair. No 401k match, no raise
Genesis offers its employees excellent benefits and continuing support to support their employee's well-being. Genesis also has many support systems in place to help their employees.
Benefit time off is great Worst would be use of time
It's a tough industry and because of that, there are no raises nor 401K matching. The health benefits are expensive, but vision is not. 4 weeks vacation after 15 years.
Expensive healthcare benefits. Holidays were cut from 8 to just 4 to include New Years, 4th of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Health insurance is very affordable for SINGLES, and covers all of my health needs.
Good benefits, Administration is good. Nurses and med techs are over worked.
The most expensive health care with the least amount of benefits you would ever pay for.
The cost is not worth it for some staff who are making well below what would be deemed worth it have such a high cost deducted from their paycheck. Deductible/Co-pay can be confusing and almost always too high. Most staff are not aware what they are choosing or why. Changes almost never can b made unless major life events happen (e.g. marriage, birth, adoption etc.). There are a lot of holes and things such as Rx or specialty consultations/appts are not covered completely. The providers in network are not up to date in the package they give out. 401K is not matched, HSA/FSA contribution minimums are too high for most staff - which are usually the persons that would benefit from these optional benefits the most. The health advocates & benefits specialists are different departments and different entities all together. This can send an employee into a endless back and forth loop often giving them a reason to give up and let their issue/situation lapse or go unfixed. This is especially frustrating for ESL staff.