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“Maxim provides health insurance options for you to opt into, if you maintain a specific number of hours weekly. A consistent decrease in hours that falls below the magic number boots you off insurance. We work in an environment in which our hours fluctuate, based on patient acuity, travel, hospital-stay...etc. Such changes can immediately decrease a nurses' hours to below the required number for maintenance of insurance and there's not always another case open to supplement the hours missed due to circumstances the nurse could not control. This is a constant worry among many of the nurses I've relieved from duty.”
“Have you train at home online for 40 hours, then you go in for orientation for them to tell you you’re not hired on completely until you pass the test they give you at the end of an 8 hour day. Which they rush through everything to “get you ready” for it. You also don’t get paid for any of the 40 hour training that you did at home until after the orientation. They also don’t train you to become a PARA EDUCATOR which they have you being one in the schools if you work school cases. You don’t do any behavioral technician duties or job tasks. Then refuse to give you the correct training and certifications to do you job correctly. ”
“The dental insurance is provided by Maxim through a great company - Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO is affordable & widely accepted at many many healthcare institutions nationwide”
It's a great package! Fairly priced, great insurance providers, great paid time off benefits, dental, vision, 410K, etc. Maxim provides great retail perks as well.
The deductible for the health insurance plan was very high but they did have an HSA which helped
Maxim Healthcare Services provides health, dental, and vision benefits. Maxim Healthcare Services also offers group life insurance, short-term disability insurance for accidents or illness, and long-term disability insurance.
good benefit good company to work
The best thing is the ability to flex your schedule as a contract nurse. The worst thing is that you can't hang your hat on anything solid. You may work 50 hours one week, but only 20 the next week, due to client's change in condition and lack of client to supplement the time with.
Worst paying private duty company, only 8hrs flex pay after 2 yrs of employment
All the options, stock portfolio
You get medical but no vacation time
401(k) match isn't that great. Very limited holidays off.
The deductible was crazy high for subpar insurance. They had great benefits otherwise the the health insurance really was a curveball.
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