Inexpensive and comprehensive insurance. No copay/deductible when visiting doctors within Mount Sinai network (with the appropriate insurance plan).
Tuition assistance is helpful
the benefits package was great
- 29 Days PTO. You have to use or lose your PTO annually, only 5 days can roll over. even then this can only be used after using up all 29 days. For new hires, you cannot use your PTO until after 6 months. If you were hired in the middle of the year - tough luck! You will lose all your accrued time at least within my department. There is no consistency across departments regarding this policy though - my advice is to negotiate during the hiring process. - 8 Holidays (January 1st, MLK, President's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Xmas Day - Black Friday is NOT considered a holiday) - Parental leave is the bare minimum! 6 weeks for vaginal birth (of course you have to use your PTO, this is not in addition to you PTO) and 8 weeks for Cesarean birth. Thank goodness for NY state's PFL. Why are hospitals with the worst parental leave policies? -Health Insurance premiums are EXPENSIVE -Vision and Dental are crappy. Other institutions have better - Employer contribution to retirement account is after 1 year of service and requires 3 year commitment in order to be vested -HR is super slow -Expected to show up to work during super storms. There is no such thing as essential staff unlike other hospitals. If you don't show up to work, you will need to use your PTO.
As an Summer intern, the worst is the paperworks and medical procedures to get officially on board. The benefit is once you passed them, cafeteria vouchers are available for sign up for lunches during the weekdays.
nysna union has good benefits
Great health benefits if you never see a provider outside of the MSHS network. Until the new NYC law in 2018, the only maternity or paternity compensation received was PTO and NYS short-term disability.
Cost of Health Insurance is low
MSHS has a very competitive and comprehensive benefits package; kind of expensive though...
Excellent health benefits. Good environment.
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