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“They let you about 2-3 months off.”
The worst thing about The Queens Medical Center is the HR department which will do their best to avoid fulfilling FMLA requirements and make receiving your benefits as difficult as possible. The best thing about benefits offered at the queens medical center is the health insurance which seemed to be the best the state has to offer. There were quite a few options and low co-pays.
Great medical and healthcare benefits.
One of the best benefits package in the state while working, 401K, seperate Roth IRA, and retirement pay is based on years of service. The past union contract negotiation RNs lost their pension package that was transferred to a years of service based package, which is abysmal compared to the old plan. Queen's lost a lot of money in the 2017 fiscal year with the opening of a new hospital (Queen's West), so I expect the nurses to lose more benefits and a not so generous pay scale increase with the next union contract, which I believe is up for negotiation in 2018 Night differential is ~$3.50/hr, no weekend differential
Best thing: free ER visits
The best thing about the benefits package is the medical offered. I am very happy with the benefits offered by the company.
Company perks - Union raises your compensation within a year, health insurance benefits are really good coverage.
The benefits package is adequate and comprehensive given today's standards. About average for comparable healthcare providers.
Matching 401K up to 3 %
Queens medical center offers Medical, dental, vision, 401k, pto, and sick leave.
Comprehensive benefits package and Fidelity (401K) representative on site.
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