overall a good package including medical, dental, 401k, tuition reimbursement, Paid time off, federal holidays, wellness coaches
Benefits were horrible. Vacation allotment was horrible. High copays, high deductibles I was shocked by the monthly rates being the company was a hospital
There are so many learning opportunities as a new nurse. most people are willing to help and actually want to teach you skills in the ER.
The best annual clinical advancement and their short term disability is not very good
Best-Fidelity rewards tenured employees. Worst-Health benefits are very complicated.
health insurance you have to use Methodist Dr or pay more. Good: retirement matching.
Expensive when using non-Methodist facilities.
The prices were decent for the level of benefit you received. Great deductible and a large amount of providers to see. Easily get in and out to see a doctor.
They were fair and offered many different types of 401Ks and also offered many type of health offerings. The medical was expensive.
Limited PTO, limited benefits. It's like they want you to sell your soul before they give you benefits! You have to put in many years of service before they start giving benefits and even then it's not significant
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