Vacation and time off, if needed, is very accessible and paid. I earn 8 hours a pay period for paid vacation and time off.
A reasonable allotment of PTO and Sick time. The Health insurance is good for the area, but pales in comparison to many university hospitals on the east coast. Particularly "in-house" pharmacy out-of-pocket costs and "in-house" surgical costs. Some of the best benefits are the employee discounts with notable area businesses.
Benefits at OHSU are decent as long as they are union protected. Health care is covered at a high rate, but the plan is cut a little every year. Higher deductibles, less coverage. Sick time accrues slowly for anyone with average immune system or children, vacation is okay after 5+ years, but it's difficult to get time off in many departments. Retirement benefits recently took a huge cut and are average/poor. No perks, just average over all.
If you stay within the OHSU healthcare system the benefits are incredibly affordable. They have a good matching pension contribution as well.
Great health insurance, and has a lot of perks as employee.
401k, vacation time, holidays, and sick time depends on employee classification. Provided medical options are great. Benefits on par with private industry.
Great benefits, Union and full coverage just for union dues. Best benefits I've ever had. Plus $5 everyday you work to buy lunch.
As a young single woman, my benefits are paid in full, and I do not owe anything from my paycheck. You can't beat that!
The health benefits are very generous, with the employer picking up all premium costs for a single and the majority of family premiums.
Best: PTO and Retirement Worst: No Sick Days
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.