I guess it depends on the position and the department. I was an intern so I was offered a stipend and not really a salary.
Great health Insurance if you stay within the PENNCare system but super expensive for part time employees. Tuition assistance is pretty generous 4k for part timers and 8k for full timers.
Health benefits, retirement plans and opportunities to further education are great here.
I did not get PTO so that was very unfortunate, and I was under my parent's health insurance so i am unfamiliar with what they provided.
Dental and vision packages are not great
Corporate... Good 3 weeks vacation + 1 week personal to start and after 5 years it bumps to 4+1 weeks (sick time is separate...) 80% paid medical benefits with heavy discounts for using Penn services 8k in tuition assistance Possibility for student loan reprieve after 10 years (non-profit) Up to 22% cellular discount $10 MS Office licenses Kids go free to Penn (if accepted; 3 work years required to apply) Commuter support/discounts Bad Poor remote work support (albeit, it seems to be improving...) Timeclock punching for all levels (intern to C-level) Maternity/Paternity leave is waay behind the times, essentially the government minimum Salaries are lower than peer institutions and are not competitive Bachelor's requirement for nearly any professional position Only the 6 major holidays off (but, I think the vaca policy balances this...)
They provide excellent health care, although employees do not get any kind of privileges when seeing Penn Medicine providers like they do in other systems. You still have to wait up to 3 months for a new patient visit at times.
Everything is great at Penn Medicine.
The compensation is $13 per hour.
Best thing - the in-network coverage is Penn Medicine Worst thing - you can't use sick time for doctors appointments (to prevent yourself from getting sick)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.