There are many family-friendly benefits, as well as benefits for those without families. There is an EAP, vacation time, 401(k) benefits, stock options, education assistance, etc.
Benefits start from day one when you are a full time employee. You get short term disability insurance free of charge.
Comprehensive benefits with medical, dental, life/disability, tuition assistance, PTO. Wish they gave additional days designated for sick days.
The best thing is that they not only have benefits for fulltime employees, but also PRN.. However, there are limitations if you are PRN, you wont qualify for certain things, there was also a discount for Bright Horizons, whic sits right on the exterior of the hospital.
The benefit package is awesome.
You can tailor to your needs . 401k has a huge match after 10 years, company stock options , PTO, etc..... Medical is good , it's very good using HCA network
DON'T EVER EVEN THINK OF WORKING FOR THIS ORGANIZATION!!! You would think that such a HUGE company their healthcare benefits would be amazing, but in reality they are the worst I have EVER seen. To get family coverage that would actually cover something and not have huge deductibles, you would have to spend $300-400 biweekly. Other large systems locally will charge you about $200 biweekly and it is a top of the line insurance with low deductibles! This place does not value its employees and just runs them into the ground, grinding them and asking for more and more productivity but not giving additional staff. Plus we worked short almost all the time. If you're a new nurse, AVOID this place, they don't even pay you full salary while you are training! ABSURD! You've been warned...
Talking about for the retirement of the 401K I think is an excellent benefits for all employees to have it.
Same as the other hospitals. It's almost as if they are all in collusion.
Decent healthcare options. Just now able to use Care Nows and not pay an ER deductible.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.