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The PTO seems to keep racking up days very fast. You can use it pretty easily, too, in most positions, Maybe not nursing. I don’t know about them. I think they’re short staffed as are most places right now. Holiday pay is double time. That’s nice.
Average Benefits-average vacation, decent retirement matching
Solid benefits with a reliable company
Ample PTO time was good.
Good PTO, 401K, Sick plans
They started a "Health for Life" program in which you have to get a yearly physical and meet certain criteria, otherwise they increase the cost of your healthcare. When this was implemented, they never explained that you would have to meet these criteria each year. I feel as if we were tricked into the new health insurance model. You have to lose 10% of your body weight if you are deemed overweight, maintain your blood pressure less than 140/90, and have a fasting blood glucose that I believe has to be less than 100. None of this was explained the first year the program started.
Generous PTO, decent health insurance, great child care
The insurance is affordable but, lacks a lot specialties within its coverage.
Limited insurance coverage outside of Springfield area. If you have a college kid away from town, their health insurance is practically worthless because they are not in-network.
PTO accrual time is very nice. Matching 401k up to 3%. Work environment. Worst thing is taking call
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