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“I appreciated the family package offered. ”
“Good benefits when compared to other hospitals”
“Great options. Easy to work with advisors”
Medical expenses affordable because of in-network
Great medical, dental, vision benefits. Even pet insurance offered. LGBTQ benefits. Scalable premiums based on income. Worst: Spouse premium of $50pp for benefit eligible spouse .
Overall good benefits package at Rush
Pros: PTO, Health insurance, 403b are all great Cons: no option for PTO cash out
I think it is reasonable. A nice perk is if you're a full-time employee you can attend school there for free if you are accepted.
Worst: no paid holidays, meaning your personal PTO is used for the major holidays. BEST: tuition reimbursement and continuing education funds
Benefits package is great, especially if you use Rush physicians.
A tad on the expensive side, but they offer a health evaluation opportunity close to open enrollment every year that saves you $600/year on insurance.
AWFUL!!! Wayyyyyyy to expensive and the coverage is terrible, especially if you don’t go to Rush for your care. It’s only 70% in network coverage at places other then Rush. The max out of pocket is 8k for a family! And did I mention their newest cost- a spousal surcharge!! Yup! If you’re spouse can get insurance through their employer then RUSH says why should we have to pay! So they hit their employees with a $50/ biweekly surcharge on top of high family premiums! This was the straw that broke the camels back! Adios RUSH!!
PTO is good and fair
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