No separate ETO or sick leave.
You are better off without health insurance. They barely cover basic generic medications, some are not covered even when prior auth is done. You are forced to go to LRH for all of your treatment so they always have access to your medical records. If you dont go to LRH, even in an emergent situation, they cover less than 70% of the bill, some things they wont cover at all. I lived an hour and a half from work and was 4 blocks from a hospital but was not allowed to get treatment there.
Insurance premiums are high and coverage is based on their network. Specialist care has an $80 copay.
Health insurance is a bit pricey and time off (ETO) is accrued. You can only cash out or share your ETO if you are hourly only. Salary employees can't take advantage of this perk.
Paid time off accumulates very quickly
Medical insurance ONLY covers Lakeland Regional Health doctors. Starting 2019, anyone else is not covered. Very difficult for people and families who do not live in Lakeland. It is hard to imagine a hospital with a widespread staffing problem wanting to decrease the size of its potential labor pool in this way, but the message is clear.... they only want people who live in Lakeland to work there.
ETO, Medical, Dental, 403B, Employee incentives, etc
Health insurance, Education assistance and retirement matching are very good
The benefits are great, they offer vision, dental, health as well as other great options such as the flexible health care spending account. Worst thing about the benefits is they require you to go to their doctors which can be difficult if you don't live in Lakeland.
No short term disability until you are out 28 days, insurance goes up every year and is not good.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.