Ochsner offers a comprehensive benefits package designed to accommodate the diverse needs of its employees. Ochsner provides many benefits at no cost to the employee and pays a portion toward other benefits. Regular full-time and regular part-time employees are eligible to participate in Ochsner benefit plans. Ochsner employees are eligible for benefits on the first of the month following one month of service, provided you are a regular full-time employee, regular part-time employee, or a part-time employee in an active payroll status.
Best thing is that the benefits are reasonably priced. Bad is that you must see a doctor from Ochsner.
The worst thing is:no bonuses, no incentives, no real opportunity for growth, pay wage too low
I like the ability to have time off to achieve work life balance. Also - educational opportunities are always available.
The benefits package is a tad expensive and its cheaper to go to a Ochsner facility and when you live in MS that can be a struggle but overall it is wonderful insurance.
Ochsner has competitive benefits in new orleans
Worst thing is you have to go to an Ochsner doctor.
Good health insurance for a reasonable price. Lots of perks.
Health Insurance requires you to user Ochsner doctors
I pay a monthly fee for health insurance, then a co pay, then always get a big statement to pay afterward. And we can only see Ochsner doctors so there's no avoiding this. Makes me less enthusiastic about working here.
The worst thing is employees can only use Ochsner physicians. Best thing is they offer benefits. I don't like the amount that is deducted for benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.