They have made a game out of healthcare coverage. Employees are required to participate in exercise classes and jump through a lot of hoops in order to prove that they are healthy, in order to get reduced rates on coverage.
The benefits were once the best around. Since Affordable Care Act, the benefit costs went excessively up if you want to keep "real" insurance like Blue Cross or Cigna. You either can choose $1000 or $500 deductible plans, which means "each" service has that deductible. Need labs? $500 OOP before coverage,, Need Xray another $500 OOP before coverage, Need doctor? another $500 OOP before coverage at the benefit percentage starts to take effect. The alternative is a free to low cost plan through Kelsey Care that gives you access only to their limited network and very limited quality care. Horrible>
none that I can find since working for them
health care costs are negatively impacted unless annual biometrics are provided and on-site classes are attended. Health insurance used to be amazing and reasonable priced. Not any more.
Vacation and time off is only offered of your manager approves it which I can be very hard at times
the 401k is through fidelity thats bad for me your get 8 pto hour per check so you get a lot of vacation time
Day one benefits! Education reimbursement after 6 months.
PTO accrual is great. I received a months worth of PTO within a year. 401k is decent. Benefits isn't as great as it used.
The benefits package is really good; however, the compensation could have been better based on the salary grid for the Medical Center area. Harris Health System seems to be behind most of the other hospital salary wise in the medical center.
Not good it's bad, real bad.
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