At Greenway Health, we empower our employees with the financial, physical, mental and social support they need to succeed. When it comes to benefits and perks, Greenway offers all the basics plus much, much more.
PTO is now "unlimited" per say. It is no longer accrued. If you need off, just put in with your manager that you will like the time off and you will get most likely get it. This is a nice improvement.
Benefits Package is expensive and covers very little.
Terrible high deductible health plan for health care company
High deductable plan,going to "unlimited PTO", in my opinion this is better for the company than it is for the individual. Research it
They've touted in several meetings recently that they are "improving" benefits and getting costs down. There is a roughly $80 difference in the plan this year that I have to pay that the company decided to NOT pay. Sounds like the cost saving is on the Company side. (Benefits shows you Company Cost and your cost. Comparing 2018 to 2019, there is a $80 difference where the company cost went down, and my cost went up) I feel lied to.
The benefits are going to be industry average. For example, as the industry moved towards high deductible HSA insurance, so did Greenway. They do have a 401k with some matching, which is good, but no one chooses Greenway Health because of the benefits package.
401k with 1/2 of up to 6% matched, Health Savings with up to $2 match per year by company, a push for charitable giving and regular blood drives, etc., family events such as company days at the Atlanta Zoo or Whitewater, employee cookouts. Cigna insurance pays for a lot, but the high deductible plan requires that you meet the family deductible before anything is paid and the PPO option has an extremely high monthly payment if you need to cover anyone other than the employee. This is not great if you need any specialty medications or health care services. At least 15 days off PTO for sick/vacation time per year.
the policy changed, the information was disseminated at mass events allowing HR to escape the inevitable drove of questions regarding benefit to employees supporting entire families on $13/her. Were is the $400 per month to pay for healthcare from my employer who specializes in healthcare services? The paradox was too much for me.
Was an intern, so did not receive any benefits
Time off is all one bundle of 15-20 PTO days based on tenure, HDHP health plan with partially company funded HSA. 401k mathes half % up to 3% vests only at the end of the year though. Not the best package, could be worse.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.