Current and former employees report that ProMedica Senior Care provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“it was good and had good pay”
“Hoping your time will get approve due to shortage of staff”
“It's your basic 401k plan through a job ”
Great team to work with
401k, health insurance for dentist and optometrist
Your basic 401k with fidelty
New employees do not accrue any vacation until 1 year of employment! After that, you only get 10 days, which you tend to be discouraged to use.
Looking for ideas for a slight "career change". I can't stand working bedside/acute care nursing anymore, officially burnt out. Does anyone have any experience with informatics based nursing jobs, or clinical documentation specialist positions? EMR auditing? Remote jobs? Pros/cons? Do you find there are part time positions available? I don't have my masters just my BSN/RB, nor do I plan on going back for my masters, would possibly consider a certification if really necessary.
Can we please start a discussion about registered dietitian salaries and how we can fight for more money? Everywhere I go, even places like CHOP are giving us offers that are insulting!! If you are a dietitian ANYWHERE, stop accepting salary offers below $68k..it is not helping our profession. By accepting shit offers you are letting healthcare admins and HR think that we are okay and deserve the trash they pay us. SW make more than we do (not hating, SW is needed!!). We should be equals.
Lots of options offered to full time employees.
Not the best for benefits
The Health Insurance plans are similar to other big companies. The 401k plan offers a company match. PDO accrual is good.
Fantastic,easy going staff. Friendly.loved working hwre
Good health insurance and time off
Health plans are average. Add ons, if you need them, are pricey (short and long term disability, legal assistance, etc). Dislike that the health insurance for Anthem and Aetna is administered by Quantum Health Care Coordinators. When you research this company, you can see they advertise themselves to patients as making it more "convenient" to access benefits and health plan information. But when you think about it, you realize Promedica pays these middlemen to deny, restrict, and otherwise limit your healthcare that YOU pay premiums for! Quantum is proud to say on their website that they cut costs for the employer. They do this by making you jump through extra hoops to receive care and it isn't right. I would prefer to deal with Anthem or Aetna directly. Quantum makes things more complicated. FMLA is offered 12 weeks but is unpaid for medical or maternity/paternity. You need to use your states paid leave to be compensated if your state offers this.