Best - community-minded culture and generous PTO and monetary support of employees who give back. Competitive benefits costs. Always wondered why corporate parent doesn't mandate care at HCA facilities.....would be clinically superior and more cost-effective, plus get employee feedback from serving each other.
The insurance is great and the 401K plan has a small company match. The PTO is accruing which is fine, but sick days AND holidays are taken out of the same pot. Very hard to build up. I am a firm believer that sick pay should be separate to encourage sick employees to stay home. I believe the holidays where the office is CLOSED should be paid for. They do have tuition reimbursement but not until you have been employed for 12 months.
Health insurance is rather high for such a large healthcare company. PTO starts at 2% and increases by years of service.
Best is random perks like conference trips. The worst is the 401k. You don't even get started in vesting matching for 2 years and you're not fully vested for 10.
401K matching is not keeping up with new market baselines.
tie in to HCA's company and employee charitable giving and volunteering program is top-notch and a true industry-leading benefit; the new PTO policies need improvement and company should offer paternity leave (does offer maternity leave)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.