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Which benefits does Mercy provide?
Current and former employees report that Mercy provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(72 comments)
“Premiums are way too high”
- 401K Plan(63 comments)
“Lots of flexibility to choose portfolio.”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(36 comments)
“Close to industry standard in healthcare, but very understanding and family focused.”
Fairly generous PTO. Discount on health insurance with wellness exam.
Best would be the benefits for leadership positions and opportunity for an annual bones.
My team worked hard, changed patient behavior, produced good patient outcomes and was completely dissolved. Just dooesnt seem fair.
Fair insurance and offers 401K.
Certified Medication Aide
I have been a medication aide/CNA in Kansas for 7 years. Im ready to start a different career path as I would like to have holidays and weekends off. Currently I work in assisted living and like that setting. What other jobs could I do that aren’t in healthcare but have similar wages.
Director of Admissions
Anyone hiring in the Raleigh Durham area or remotely? My background of 15 yrs is in Healthcare Administration/Marketing/Sales in both Retirement centers and Hospitals. Im willing to pivot into Medicare Sales or Insurance companies. Need a job ASAP I’ve been actively applying on all platforms but no leads so far. Thanks in advance 🙏
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Accrued PTO every pay period/Paid Volunteer Day
Considerable amount of PTO days
benefits start right away on your hire date
The best thing about the benefits package is the vacation time. You accrue a decent amount per pay period. In addition to that they also build holidays into the PTO plan.
Recent change is 401k benefits are only paid out annually, at the end of the calendar year. If you are no longer employed at that time, you don’t receive them.
Expensive health insurance, and not great benefits