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“A few choices in offerings so you can decide based on you and your family’s needs.”
“Awesome PTO. It's accrued over time.”
“403(b) match up to 4%”
Like many healthcare organizations, you won’t get much in PTO. But the compensation package is very strong, including insurance benefits.
Company matches 403b contributions up to 4%
I dont get benefits but I heard they are pricey. The limited amount of places you can go with the medical insurance
Just great benefits, great copay as well... $20 to see a provider is nice!
No actual parental leave, just FMLA and short term disability. No fertility assistance coverage.
PTO does not compare to that of nearby facilities. Medical benefits are average-above average.
Great Benefits package, unlike most in healthcare. They offer 100% vesting from day 1 up to 4% match on 403(b) and one of the best tuition reimbursement plans up to $5,200 a year. Not to mention that as health insurance has taken a really big hit to organizations over the past several years, HonorHealth is actually reducing the cost of their HealthCare benefits for 2019 and increasing coverage (which is unheard of).
Probably the best benefits in health care - education reimbursement, really low premiums, can't really complain.
You are eligible after your first month; options to chose from based on needs and cost; 403B matching up to 4%
The company was great at preventative health practices. They no longer hire smokers but if you were grandfathered in your insurance rates were much higher. Nutrition classes and cooking classes were often available in various conference centers. Annual flu shots were given at the job sites for free.
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