Benefits are very affordable for a single person or a family. Retirement plan is average with a 403B plan offered and I think a maximum of 6% matching.
The worst part of benefits is the cost of insurance and the little sick leave available for patient caretakers.
Best thing was the number of specialists available without referral and vision was very complete and cheap.
Their shift diff was amazing until they cut it. They also cut the amount of staff they utilized at the bedside. Which hurt patient care. However, this is going on in all of healthcare and I believe Orlando Health is the least of the offenders
Pros: Variety of health plans for individuals/families Cons: Must accrue PTO (not given holidays or sick days from the start of employment)
Health insurance does not apply until after 30 days, compared to Florida Hospital (insurance is available from day 1). Prescriptions must be filled at the hospital pharmacy and because of the location, it can be highly inconvenient. Retirement account is offered through fidelity and is reasonable (albeit not very user friendly).
Health benefits and retirement are very good. PTO is not good as they count holidays as PTO days if they fall on your workdays.
Company benefits are based on salary.
Great opportunities to participate in sick child care if you are on the downtown campus. Not as helpful a benefit if you work at one of the other sites. Benefits package otherwise is fairly decent but you must use in network healthcare which care be a bit of a problem if you live outside the coverage area.
The company has good benefits.