optional high deductible health plan- discount if you pass the nicotine testing.
Strong benefit package is offered by the company.
High deductible plan or PPO - both are a lot of money out of paycheck and IF you hit the deductible, you are still responsible for 20% of the bill. 401 k match is nice, if you carry the insurance you and anyone covered under your plan have the option of seeing a nurse practitioner for a $10.00 for minor health issues. All copays are due at the time of service. Sick days, holiday pay and vacation pay are paid out of your PTO you have to earn. If you don't have enough PTO you are not allowed to take vacation because you always need to have PTO balance to cover holidays when the company decides to close
Best: 401k, worst: part time has no benefits other than 401k unless 32 hours/week
Best - 401(k) matching, Paid Time Off
health insurance is not real good, and they don't do a good job billing procedures and coding them correctly. when you work for a health care facility you should have really good benefits like we did when it was WPS, Aetna is junk.
The best about the benefits package is you can pick the package for you, either the high deductible or PPO. They also have a decent 401K
Working for a health care company and they don't give you any perks - we were charged the same as anyone else. They could have waived our copay for employees but they refused that option for employees
Insurance was good, but expensive. Won't cover spouse
As a part-time employee, my benefits were not great at all. They would've been better if I were full-time.
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