I was hired as per diem so I was not eligible to receive any benefits or insurance unless I worked average of 30 hours per week or more.
The benefits are decent, but the cost to value of the health benefits have gone up very much over the years.
So far everything seems to be on par with what would be expected for a full time employee at a hospital.
benefits are good, plans are affordable and good coverage
Vacation time is awesome. You are able to accrue a good amount every year. Tuition assistance program is also excellent.
Pro: Insurance fairly priced . Tuition reimbursement is 100% Cons: If you take the HMO insurance, there aren't many choices for specialists.
Tuition reimbursement after 3 months employment. Healthcare costs continue to go up. No benefits for cancellations due to State Emergencies.
The best thing is the 401k that the company matches.
Tuition benefits are the best thus far
It changed, now more out of pocket expenses, and no pension if you started working for them after 2011, and if you transferred within the system after 2011 they try to start your years over, to keep you from getting your pension.