best for 2019 is the increase in tuition reimbursement
401K, bonus potential, tuition reimbursement, medical and dental plans, flexible spending plans, long-term/ short -term disability, and generous paid time off!
Worked PRN for 2 years and received no raise over the period while full-time and part-time staff received yearly increases and request for raise based on high performance; low wage despite being certified while rest of staff is not; no PTO or health benefits; 401k is included which is rare for PRN or part-time positions
The insurance plans are very bad. Even the top shelf most expensive ones have high deductibles.
pros: pto rolls over up to a maximum based on years with company, decent 401k match cons: no fertility coverage, high deductible insurance
They had a good 401K match program and vested after 5 years.
They offer vision benefits for full-time employees that don't require full insurance benefits. Which is a very nice option and perk!
The best thing about the health benefits was not having to pay for the hospital stay if you stay with an HCA affiliated facility.
expensive premiums, taking more away each year no chance for raise after 14 years of experience, clinical ladder is a joke
You earn your PTO on each pay cycle. If you work nights they do not give the differential with PTO so you only get your base pay. That can be 2-300 less on a paycheck if using PTO. The health isurance is ok it is outsourced. They don't offer a Methodist Facility policy for less price. They don't give pay raises often and are usually on 1% and last year there was no holiday bonus. They only gave $20 gift cards instead. Also they offer no incentive to advance in education. There is no pay differential between ADN nurses and BSN nurses.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.