Our health insurance benefits are available for regular full-time and part-time employees budgeted to work 24 hours or more per week (some unions choose not to participate) and their spouses, eligible domestic partners and eligible children to age 26 (when enrolled full-time in school). Eligibility begins the first of the month following the first day of employment.
The Legacy Employee Medical Plan provides coverage for eligible services received from Legacy + Network facilities and providers and all emergency or urgent care services only.
Before seeking care, health plan members should consult our provider network. Employees can get more information about the Legacy Employee Medical Plan on the Legacy Human Resources Department intranet page and through the Legacy online benefits enrollment site.
Visit our benefits page for more detailed information - http://www.legacyhealth.org/for-health-professionals/careers/employee-benefits.aspx
Overall the benefits are good except dental insurance which has a low annual limit. They have a good matching retirement program.
I dont feel like there is enough vacation time.
It’s terrible healthcare offered by a hospital. You have to go to a Legacy location so if you’re out of town, you’d better hope you don’t get sick. Then they automatically deny most claims so you have to call and argue multiple times to get them to pay. Non-medical benefits are minimal, yes they have dental but it doesn’t cover much and a forced retirement that constantly loses money.
Health insurance is limited by decent, basic plan, eye and dental included, not as many in network providers as I would like.
Best: Great health insurance Worst: very limited paid time off
Great benefits - also access to gyms and nike, adidas and columbia employee store.
There are no paid holidays.
The benefits are adequate, but you have to use Legacy providers for it to be covered. I couldn’t get in to see a spine PT for a month while my back was injured so I ended up paying out of pocket so I could go back to work which sucked.
Pretty comprehensive package; standard benefits.
Health insurance costs are low for a single person- I think I pay $16/paycheck. +vision/dental. Tuition reimbursement sucks at $1500/year that requires 1 year of service for eligibility. PTO is accrued based on hours worked, so working OT also puts accrues more PTO into your bank.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.