Massachusetts General Hospital use 403K because they are non-profit organization. I think it's same kind as 401K and good enough for long term saving retirement money.
Best: Largely compensated health insurance. Worst: No dedicated sick leave. If you're sick, you take from vacation time until that is used up and then you enter earned sick time.
Cheap health insurance for the best care in Boston.
few days off, must use PTO to pay for holidays that are required to take off, extremely expensive insurance, poor 403B match program (only 2% match AFTER one year of employment)
TSA matched 2%, fully vested after 3 years. Comprehensive health insurance with no deductible within the Partners healthcare system, after 1 year price drops dramatically.
great health insurance. flexible hours.
Health insurance is expensive but other perks they offer are decent. They offer a 403b which is better than a 401k.
MGH has excellent benefits for professional staff. In particular, the company contributes 11% of salary to the 403b retirement plan irrespective of employee contributions. This is better than matching plans and keeps the retirement contributions flowing even when life situations prevent voluntary contributions. Medical benefits also are quite good.
Pension plan and ability to cash out some earned time
the health insurance plan and pricing is better compared to other plans. vacation time is bad as they take national holidays out of your vacation time.
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