We offer excellent benefits to promote good health, work-life balance, career advancement and a secure future. When you’re at your best, so are we.
We believe in giving our all every day and giving back to our members and their communities.
We also believe in giving our valued staff the recognition they deserve for their hard work and dedication. That’s why we offer a competitive benefits package to all of our employees, allowing them to put the things that matter first in life – health, family and a bright future.
Here are just some of the perks you can expect with us:
Current and former employees report that Magellan Health provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“There is a limited selection for providers”
“Good employer match is offered ”
“PTO starts at just about four weeks off to start and then goes up at 3, 5 and 10 years. Also higher at the management level and above.”
Good Benefits. Everything is standard.
On average more PTO than competing companies
Generous PTO, medical is ok
Health insurance deductible is higher than usual
How would you handle not getting a lunch break when you are a salaried employee treating patients for 40 hours a week? I don’t get documentation time either, but all notes are to be completed the same day. Some of us have reached out to HR and we’re told to discuss it with the regional director, but the regional director says we’d have to come in early or leave late to block out a lunch break. My commute is an hour each way, so I’d prefer not to make my day any longer. Advice?
I’ve been a registered nurse for about four years (ambulatory care & I loved it but felt like I missed something not being inpatient) and been a little lost. This past year has been terrible w/ jobs & have had about 5 some contracted some just so awful the stories would blow your hair back & I had to walk out. Finally, I decided to take a telemetry inpatient nurse job & I’ve been there a month & just got another job back in ambulatory. Can some one please give me advice of what I should do.
Hello all I am a biology graduate. I worked in cancer research and development for more than two years. Recently moved to Canada, and now I'm wanting to transition into clinical research. Most jobs I find online ask for atleast 2 years clinical experience. Does anyone have any tips on how to procure this experience? Should I invest in a course? Or should I volunteer at a CRO? I recently got offered a clinical admin position, would this count as clinical exp? Thanks
Hi, I’m interviewing for Laboratory supervisor positions at ARUP in the Salt Lake City, UT area. I have less than 2 years supervisor experience and I would like to negotiate if I get any offers. What are other people experiences/ salaries in same positions? Thanks!
Good benefits generally except for health insurance which has a high premium even at the highest coverage.
Pay is better compared to CVS
Cost of health insurance to cover your family.
Benefits offered were great !
Good coverage, but high premiums for families and high deductibles.
Great range of benefits offered.