Current and former employees report that Jackson Therapy Partners provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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Great benefits and easy to work with!
Mediocre health insurance plans. Terrible 401(k) investment selections, with very high monthly plan fees. PTO plan that you can't really use, because they discourage you to take time off, so you lose it. The work from home plan is a joke, and comes with way too many conditions. The tuition assistance comes with all kinds of claw-backs. The HSA is loaded with bad investment selections and high fees. They make their benefits plan sound good, until you dig into the details. This is like a pretty car with no engine under the hood.
Jackson Therapy Partners response
Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your feedback regarding our benefit offerings. We think it’s important to clarify a few things that may not have been clearly communicated to you, while we also use this as an opportunity to review our benefits for areas of improvement. In regard to PTO, we might have to agree to disagree on this one. We have a generous rollover program from year-to-year to help prevent Associates from losing their PTO, with a small restriction limit to encourage more employees to take time-off, not prevent it. If team members are reluctant to lose vacation time, they’re more likely to take it. And, that’s what we want for them, too. We’ve also enriched our work-from-home initiative and have removed many initial limitations that were necessary for the first phase of its roll-out. Today, we’re excited to see our entire team excel and hit record numbers as we all work from home due to COVID-19. We see nothing but expansion in this area as we move forward, not limitations. As it relates to our health insurance plans, we undergo a full analysis of our medical plans every summer, comparing company contributions vs. our associates. We are very proud to say that we continue to increase company contributions and did so again for 2020. Depending on the medical plan, our company contributions are anywhere between 60%-84% and we provide eligible Associates with Basic Life Insurance and disability income benefits at no cost. In 2019 we opened an on-site health clinic for our team members and their dependents at no cost to them, staffed by a nurse and virtual doctor, eliminating the need for fees at places like urgent care clinics or minute clinics. We also provide telehealth coverage via Live Health along with wellness credits to offset the cost of healthcare, putting money directly back into our Associates’ paychecks. As for the 401k, 96% of our Orlando team is in enrolled, the highest among any of our sister companies, and our Associates have access to manage their investment portfolio and can schedule an appointment with investment managers to obtain guidance. Regarding tuition reimbursement, we encourage professional development and continuing education options for our associates and encourage them to take advantage of our reimbursement program. There aren’t any claw backs attached. Our HSA plan is administered by one of the largest providers in the market and is industry standard with reasonable investment options that are tracked internally. We want the best options for our team members, whether it’s an onsite medical clinic or PTO for important time with friends and family.
Healthcare benefit was available on your first day. Good plan as well.
Very good Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance dental and vision available as well.
HIV Prevention Manager
How to get paid better in the nonprofit world… International MD with an MPH and >7 yrs experience in public health…still make less than 70k! I love the work that I do but the pay is painfully low! I started to think maybe I should go back to trying to get certified as a physician because the nonprofit world feels like a dead end at this point! Any advice?
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The bebfits are very expensive and really not worth getting. It seem every year the benefits are getting more and more expensive.