We are committed to providing comprehensive benefits designed to meet the needs of you and your family. We offer competitive pay, a comprehensive benefits package, and tuition reimbursement.
403b retirement plan. Free flu shot.
Deductible high and lower cost to use Ghs facility.
Terrible pay, no yearly merit raise. Pay not comparable to local, regional nor national averages. Minimal PTO given and good luck trying to actually use it... the department is indefinitely short-staffed so it's very difficult to get a day off.
Great PTO plan and health insurance
401 plan is helpful. We HAVE to use our PTO to cover holidays when offices are closed. We are not allowed to just take the check without those hours.
Benefits are generally lacking. The retirement plan was setup in awful way with a not competitive 3% match. The funds choices are generally terrible outside of the few Vanguard index fund choices. Whoever was the third party IA that worked with GHS (now prisma health) should be ashamed. Prudential does not provide any useful, real time data on funds provided. All info is quarterly and to know info in more real time terms you need to use outside sites. No brokerage account option available. Penalizing cliff beating a schedule with unfair “qualifying” for matching. The matchup is deposited once per year rather than periodically with each paycheck contribution. This shows a lack of knowledge on HR’s part in understanding how best to set your employees up for retirement success given pensions don’t really exist anymore. PTO accruals are bottom of the barrel with 5 year incremental increases. No bonuses. Health systems that are 15-20000 employees strong should be able to provide no cost health plans for their system. See other “successful” health systems that do this. You still pay premiums here at total of four different tiers across an HDP and a typical PPO, both having preferred network and expanded coverage levels accounting who/where you can go for care. The one redeeming quality is the HSA contribution from them is quality or at the very least competitive to market. Formerly a registered broker and worked in health benefits consulting before coming here. Don’t fooled by the positive benefits reviews. There are plenty of hourly workers who came from previous organizations/small businesses where there were no benefits. So for them some is excellent compared to none. In the case of Prisma Health, the benefits are competitive with bottom rung organizations who provide just enough to say they have “benefit plans”. Don’t fall for the total compensation koolaid, it is HR speak to cover up the poor compensation competitive to the market. It is a way to unitize an employees cost to the organization. For nurses, you would make about 15-20% less working here than say Charlotte,NC. For analysts, directors and managers you are better off working in a different sector. This place pays about 50-60% of what you can get in the finance and tech sectors. They are only competitive with local small firms that also have awful pay. It will only get worse as more retires move here and drive up the cost of living. See Asheville, NC as an excellent example of this.
They have great benefits here!
Good benefits package. Employee discount program.
They have several packages to choose from
Now that GHS & Palmetto Health are combining to form "Prisma Health" (early 2019), their benefits package is great - as long as you keep the same package (this is coming from a "married yet enrolling as single/individual" employee). If you want to change, upgrade, or add your family to the insurance packages - expect increased premiums, increased deductibles, etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.