Best is the opportunity to get involved in many areas to expand experience. Worst is the slow rate of change and adoption.
No Benefits for the contractors.
The benefits packages were pretty good, however, each year they get worse. The price goes up and the coverage is less.
Health insurance costs became higher for employees every year. Not as good as you would expect for a healthcare company.
good benefits, bad location and good managment
Unlimited vacation days for salaried employees, 401K match, lab work, Grand Tounds medical consultations.
The medical plans give an option of either very limited providers with a reasonable co-pay per visit or a plan with a lot of providers but which has a high deductible where you pay the full cost until you reach it. The cost of medications does not count toward the deductible. The vision plan doesn't pay much at all for glasses or contacts; my previous employer provided a pair of glasses each year at no cost. Dental insurance (PPO version) is not bad. One very nice thing is that during the pandemic, we had an option of being voluntarily furloughed for three months; the company has continued or medical and dental benefits at no cost to us during that time.
Great benefits if you're considered full time!
Lots of work. Busy all day
normal benefits compared to others
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