Healthcare - they add additional amount (credit) to weekly salary to cover most of insurance payments - you pay less.
The best thing is the health insurance and benefits. The vacation and time off is very flexible (up to 3 weeks per year) but there is no 401K plan, city is super expensive, specially rents, so you can not enjoy with 50K level salary in Boston.
MGH offers plans for pretty much any structure of committed household. Has 403B instead of 401K due to being not for profit. Employer pays very high portion of benefits cost.
The pension plan is the best part of the benefits package. Although, I believe that the contributions by the company have changed in recent years in regards to new hires and their plans
Less pay than other area hospitals
Wish had more options for gym memberships and wish mbta pass money was taken out spread out over 4 checks not once a month.
best is the comprehensive nature of the medical package and the choice to have varying degrees of coverage. dental, vision, matching funds for retirement for new nurses now (no more pensions for new employees)
Decent ET, didn't like that holiday weren't included so you have to take ET for a Holiday. Even if your department was closed it still docked ET.
Healthcare benefits are fair and comprehensive, including primary care, dental, and vision. There are also options for disability insurance as well. Each fiscal year, there is a backup daycare/childcare option (up to ~20 days annually) offered to employees.
poorest in the Harvard system, no 401(k), bad insurance
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