While the pay might be below average, the benefits are excellent. Health Insurance options are great and competitively priced. Time off is good, and work/life balance is valued.
Worked PRN so I did not need or receive many benefits from the hospital. I did have an opportunity to review the benefits offered should I need them at any time in the future.
employer match 401k, stock options, good pto
The benefits package is solidly mediocre. I'm young and haven't needed it for much beyond yearly exams so I don't know how it would hold up for more intensive needs, but I do know I had to go to the doctor once on the recommendation of employee health because they thought I had the flu. I saw my doctor for 5 minutes, she told me to go home and get some rest, no tests were run, and I got a bill for $120 out of pocket. You should be able to go to the doctor when you're sick and not have to worry about getting a big bill. I shudder to think what the bill would have been if they had done any tests!
Self-scheduling, 401k match at 3%, employee stock purchases at 10% discount
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