Pension + 403 good benefits
The complexity of the health choices to choose between in health carries is over the top. I can understand having all the information but they need a very simplified version for parents in the go whi need to decide in a hurry.
Good benefits but very specific tier 1 providers, connect care is it's own niche and not accepted most places outside if Midland
Over the past few years, we've been offered incentives, such as bonuses, that were never available to us before so that's a huge plus. However, insurance has gone downhill drastically which I feel is across the board and not just at our facility. Very recently also, our 401k contributions changed slightly for the worse. Previously if we contributed 3%, our facility then added an additional 6% to total 9% of our income. Now we contribute 4% to their 5%. Still 9% total, just a little less in our favor.
Would be nice to have a separate sick bank and pto bank
Working at a hospital, you would think the benefits would be better than normal. Out of pocket costs/deductibles are more than I have ever paid. Coverage seems good however, the Key Benefits is like pulling teeth to work with. Parking is the second thing that is terrible. Unless you are lucky, parking 1/4th of a mile is the norm. Not bad in the Summer but Winter's are tough.
Vacation accrues quickly which is nice. Medical and dental benefits are good if you are treated in network. Treatment out of network is barely covered.
Benefits package is better than my previous place of employment. Health insurance is very reasonable, PTO is accrued to where I earn about 1/2 day off every paycheck.
403 contributions for retirement plan/internal job postings/extra educcational classes and seminars available/employee appreciation events
Connect care WILL slap you with a full deductible every chance it has.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.