Good tuition reimbursement, and good teaching/learning hospital
Fantastic and supportive work environment, great healthcare benefits, competitive compensation, great location
Really great education benefits, will pay for you to go back to school
Rush has a generous package for all employees even part-time. They offering a matching of up to 6% for 401K
Great benefits that are very comprehensive.
401k, pto, medical, dental, vision
Great compensation and health plan.
Health insurance is comparable to other academic hospitals in Chicago. Vacation/time off is worst. Education opportunities and benefits are good - you can get a graduate degree in a part-time program for free, or you can get tuition assistance to attend other schools. There's also a stipend for attending conferences/trainings/etc. However, Rush has been promoting itself as a center for nursing education and nursing careers, but it offers NO part-time programs for non-nurses to become nurses. If you work at the hospital, you cannot attend nursing school because all of the programs are full-time and will conflict with work. It's very contradictory and not at all employee-focused. However, if you're already a nurse, you can get more advanced degrees and "climb the ladder". I just think they should invest more in the staff who are not yet RNs - the MAs, PCTs, research staff, CNAs, endo techs, even food service, transportation, etc. - give these people the path to get a BSN or MSN while working and to grow at Rush. Don't you want to have invested employees who are excited about where they work and don't just feel stuck at the bottom?
Heath insurance good if you use Rush services
Your Holidays are taken away from your earned PTO. PTO is accrued so if you are off sick and with Holidays you don't have that many days off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.