Mercy is comparable to other large hospitals in the area. They provide comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life, disability (short/long term) insurances. They offer many additional optional coverages i.e. critical care/accident insurances. The 401k matching is on the lower side and is paid out in an annual lump sum into your 401k account. Overall the benefits packages are pretty standard for the industry.
401k is not up to par
if you resign, you lose the pto that you have accrued
I thought that the life-insurance, health, dental, and other employee benefits were great. Like all things they can be approved, but not bad. The work hours were not very good. The schedule was inconsistent and it made it difficult to make plans with family/friends. Shifts are too long . It is not good for people to work such long shifts.
Full time benefits are good. For part time the benefits are incredibly expensive.
Health insurance is the best, employees are all treated fair and equitably, we don't get enough vacation time like everyone in healthcare
Great insurance but limited pharmacy availability.
Excellent healthcare at a reasonable price; good vacation which builds the longer you are employed; retirement is average.
There is not good pay for employees.
Nothing bad that I have seen so far
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