Benefits overall are great! The PTO benefits just improved with a new holiday bank, which allows more flexibility in taking time away as needed. Medical, dental and vision are great as well. The costs are definitely better than some other companies that I've recently reviewed.
1. Very poor PTO policy. Sick time, federal holidays and personal time off etc comes from one tiny pool of PTO..so for first 2 years of employment employee will bearly have a PTO balance. 2. Even non patient facing roles have a call in policy that will give employee a "point" if one calls early a.m. to report child or themself sick. This is entirely dependent on the department leaders. And some departments are more flexible than others. 3. Medical coverage is not robust and employee has a good amount to be paid in copay and coinsurance, they used to pay around $50 approx biweekly if employee was covered under spouse medical insurance and showed evidence of coverage and requested a waiver, unfortunately that incentive has been removed. 4. They have a good supplemental retirement policy. After 1 year of service employee contributions is matched at $1 to $1 upto first 6% of employee's contribution. Employee is 100% vested in their own contribution and after completing 2 years, vesting in company matched dollars starts and increases by 20% per year 5. Certain departments with non patient facing roles allow telecommuting but most don't and discourage it. Oddly enough several directors and managers are the first to leave home or claim any flexibility prior to staff getting any such perks.
As a part time employee i wasnt entitled to benefits
Best thing -knowing you are covered,worse is the company makes you visit their own providers or pay higher copays if you choose the latter. Premium is also very expensive and same sex partners are allowed to add their partner but if you are heterosexual you have to provide a marriage license in order to add your spouse.
Great 401k, Expensive healthcare benefits for incomes under 60k
The best parts are the matching program for retirement, tuition reimbursement. In general the benefits package at parkland is very good.
Excellent benefits such as medical, dental, 403 B, FSA, and pension, which is hard to find.
As PRN, there ARE NO BENEFITS. You get paid a higher hourly rate, but are also ineligible to get yearly raise.
Best packages that i have ever seen from an employer!
Medical insurance plan payments based on pay, is expensive for high earning individuals. Excellent coinsurance if Parkland/ Childrens Medical Center services are used, but much more expensive anywhere else.
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