price increase, spouse not eligible, not good coverage outside of Toledo Metro area.
The rates for such a large company are poor for employees. Large deduct and copays. Human resource benefit department does not return calls timely. You always have to leave messages and is seldom returned.
hey offer a good benefit package especially the dental
Was told I’d start at $13/hr... But actually was put at $11.25/hr. Was told I could work up to the $13. Fulltime for me was not “fulltime.” No benefits and had to be out when 39 hours hit. Never got 40 hours.
Comprehensive benefits package. Maximum amounts allocated towards retirement. Vacation and PTO available to all. ProMedica pays for tuition for continuing education at The University of Toledo.
I am a contract employee. I did not receive benefits from Promedica.
No waiting period for the benefits to take effect. High deductibles/copays and coinsurance. First time I ever had to pay a deductible.
The salary is one of the best in the area, great health insurance, 401k and 403b investments accounts
The insurance that they use is their own company insurance. They charge a lot for it and the benefits are not great at all. Co pays and services are still really high out of pocket. They do offer 401k with a 3% match. They also do paid tuition but they pay a really small portion of it
The benefits package is reduced every year. Each year, as ProMedica rakes in record profits, it rewards its employees with increased health insurance premiums and decreased contributions to retirement accounts.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.