Very good insurance coverage and perks of working at an urgent care include a good discount.
7.69 PTO hours accrued per two week pay period, if not used you can cash out quarterly. Worse thing: Patients who do not understand what urgent care is. e.g., not an ER, urgent does not equal super fast even when very busy. We do not intentionally make people wait, we skip meals and restroom breaks to care for patients as best and efficiently as possible.
Time off is a joke because you have to use your PTO time for holidays.
Medspring offer their employee good benefit package that includes 401K match up to 3% and a good health insurance coverage.
The dental coverage is limited and has a max pay out per year
Holidays not paid benefits at Medspring.
Benefits and everything is good. But hard to get ahold of anyone when you have questions or need anything.
Health insurance packages to choose from: great if you're single, but not the best if you actually have a family to support. Pay could be a lot better for the amount of work that you have to do and the hours that you actually put into the job.
Best thing is the health insurance premium. Worst is the 401K matching, no tuition reimbursement and no life insurance
You and your family can be seen at the clinic for a flat rate! Everything included! Also great referral bonuses for bringing an associate into the company!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.