PTO, 401K, Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Critical Illness. There is an extensive benefit package that is offered.
Good if you use providers employed by company
Your accrued PTO (paid time off) is by the pay period, ranges 6.5-9.54 hours based on tenner and this is used for vacation, holiday or sick pay. It's all one bucket. They have good health benefit cost for the employee, but to add kids or spouse is pricey.
They do not match your 401k. They offer decent insurance only if you receive care within their limited facility. That being said, I have worked there for 7 years due to low stress and good pay.
They do not contribute at all to your retirement. They do not pay for holidays. They make you use your PTO for the 5 holidays a year. They say they give you a higher PTO accrual to compensate for making employees use their PTO for the holidays. Really though the accrual you get per pay period is really the same as other companies. So really they do not pay holidays.
Nothing. The benefits are excellent and there are a lot of supplemental benefits that are offered. Like short term disability, life insurance, accident, and legal help.
Insurance cost for employee very minimal. Extremely good medical benefits with low copay and very low patient responsibility if you use a provider or facility in Little River. Outside of Little River provides average coverage. Prescription benefits for maintenance medication is awesome! Zero copay for 90 day supply of generic medication. Offers PTO instead of separate banks which is nice so you can use time off as needed instead of just when you are sick or for specific holidays. Bereavement and Jury Duty pay 401K offered but no match
amazing. inter office pharmacy. no co pays for using network providers.
Employee discount but only high deductible insurance offered.
There is not currently a 401K match. However the cost for the health insurance just went up $1,000 per pay period and the company did not raise the employee costs so it all balances out.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.