expected a company in the “healthcare” realm would have better overall health insurance options
4% matching on 401K, decent vacation time although doesn't increase until 5 years of experience accrued. Medical insurance package is acceptable if you're single but terrible if married or have a family. You'll be lucky to get a merit-based raise - a colleague had been at the company 6 years and only received 1 pay raise during that time. Depending on business area, they get around this by occasionally giving out yearly bonuses (pitiful % of your overall salary; may pay for a nice dinner somewhere) so they're not locked into paying you a higher salary in the future, but you're only eligible after a full year of employment. So, unless you start in February of the calendar year (when they're distributed), you'll have to wait more than a year to even be eligible.
Great benefits offered to FT employees
Time off is decent, the health benefits are below average for the industry.
Cost of benefits are unbelievably high to employee
401k with match of half up to 4%. Good vacation time (start with 3 weeks, additional week after 5 years). Health insurance is good for employee only, bad for families.
the best part is the 401 K plan and the worst is health insurance for the spouse is expensive. Other than that I didn't find any drawbacks. Everything is good for me.
Costly, high deductible health insurance
best for free lunch worst for health insurance
Insurance is priced high, and doesn't cover much. You get free 24 gym and a free salad bar daily. Offers Maternity leave, but no Paternity. No sick time for hourly employees, but salary employees get sick time. No work from home.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.