Great benefits for full time employees. A competitive salary with paid travel for work related meetings. Also, paid time off with sick leave and health insurance.
No benefits, everyone at site level kept at part-time so as not to be benefits eligible.
The people you actually have work with are great.
There were no benefits. It sucked in that sense.
The benefits of the medical scribe systems company benefits package is that there were none. The only benefit you have as a prehealth employee is that you have the opportunity to have medical experience in the emergency room.
They did not offer benefits
You will work holidays, overnights, early mornings, doubles, and short shift turn arounds. Long shifts, from 7-12 hours with a majority being 11 hours (however, I do prefer longer shifts if that means less shifts). They do not adhere to availability and will schedule you based on their needs, not yours. "Required to work a minimum of twice a week" which actually means you will be working 4+ /10 hour shifts a week. If you are scheduled over your availability then tough luck because "it's your responsibility now." (good luck with attending school at the same time and being scheduled overnight until 5 am then having class at noon). Also don't have a family emergency or get sick because you will get fired on spot. i.e. if your niece was just born, you will miss it. If you have the flu, you can wear a mask. If you have something contagious, "don't ask, don't tell." Unless you are physically in surgery at the time of your shift you must be there and when the anesthesia wears off, you must come in regardless of pain or any other problems you are having. There is no plan in place for coverage and your fellow scribes will have to over compensate for you at the time you are sick and all your shifts once you are fired, which puts a lot of strain on everyone. If the site is critically low on staff they will offer varying incentives for picking up shifts which change erratically; one day they will offer $25 extra and another $100 but if you pick up early as a favor, you get ZERO. 6 holidays observed (memorial day, independence day, labor day, thanksgiving day, christmas day, and new years day) which you will get paid time and a half, but only for the hours worked in that 24 hour period (overnight shifts extending into the next day do not count). 5% raise after one year, LOL. If you complete the new additional online training program you get a raise of .25 an hour. In conclusion, you are not only at mercy of the inhuman company but the medical director which at the drop of a hat can increase your work responsibilities by 3-fold without regard or compensation.
They don't have one, and try to keep people part time so that they don't have to give any benefits.
No 401K, mediocre health benefits that took over a year to develop, only two weeks of PTO, no bonus structure, poor structure around employee evaluations leading to very little structure around merit increases.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.