Premise Health is on an insurance exchange which means that employees are given numerous health insurance options for coverage. It's nice to be able to choose a plan that fits my and my family's needs.
18 days of PTO, which is good for the first year.. Medical and Dental benefits are okay. Everything else is average.
Healthcare plans can be a little expensive.
PTO was better than most companies. Medical insurance was expensive, but it seems that is everywhere these days. 401 K match 100% fir the first 3% then 50%for the next 2%
General benefits, focus on helping employee through difficult times, good 401k
We don't really get any time off except for you PTO time. SO if your out of PTO time then you would be taking an unpaid day. I think we should get vacation days, sick days, etc.
Worst- health insurance. Costs out of pocket high. Bi-weekly checks remove a large portion to pay for health insurance using middle insurance choice.
No paid maternity leave. I saved up all my vacations and sick days to be used during my maternity leave then lost 90+ hours of sick days after the merge.
This year our pay checks decreased because our maximum allowable raise (3%) was less than the increase in health insurance premiums.
Benefits suck. In 2014 when I got hired they had only one choice and in 2015 they started a group healthcare exchange which was awesome and prices were well. 2016 prices skyrocketed so everyone had to get worse coverage for the same prices as the good coverage last year. PTO is awesome but there is no sick time.