Because I am a full time employee I have 1199 for my benefits. They provide free health, dental, and vision. I am able to enroll in the 403b plan this is fairly decent. There is no company match for employees but supposedly for management. The vacation time is more than adequate along with sick days, holiday, and free days. The con would be getting time to take vacation. The environment is fairly busy but not impossible to get time off.
Not sufficient Long Term disability
Expensive health insurance premiums and poor coverage for a healthcare provider
Unless you are in the union the package is not cost efficient.
You get a TON of days off, fantastic health insurance, and employer matching on retirement. There isn't really anything they're missing.
Vacation or time accrued was one of the better aspects of working here. In the area I worked about a week would roll over from year to year.
Health insurance and 401k provided. In the building I worked in the insurance was from the union. It was 1115.
Health insurance through the 1199 union. 403(b) through Mount Sinai Health System. Transportation and health savings accounts also available. Four weeks paid vacation.
For union members, the benefits package is actually really great. Free insurance with cheap co-pays and great coverage, pension, tuition reimbursement
You have to go within the Mount sinai system to make the benefits worthwhile and the waits can be extremely long.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.