Rush is a great place to work for, with excellent benefits.
Maternity and paternity leave at Rush is a joke. If you have kids you might as well quit. You will get off their daycare wait list when your kid is 4, right before they head off to school. If you were lucky enough to put yourself on the wait list 4 years before you were pregnant, you are golden! Except, the daycare won't take your baby until they are 4 months old and Rush makes you come back to work before that or risk losing your job. But if you are okay with your baby fending for themself for the a month or two, it will be all good. Ha
Rush University Medical Center offers excellent and affordable medical benefits, 403b with decent employer matching, and sufficient paid time off.
403B and health insurance are great.
PTO adds up weekly, health insurance was great and you get signed up with the discount program.
The package was great at Rush
The best thing about the benefits package is that you receive 100% of coverage (in most cases) if seeking care at Rush.
Pro: generous retirement plans Cons: leveling up
Pretty good PTO and employee enhancement programs etc.
The best thing was the almost full coverage of the cost when my first daughter was in the NICU for 5.5 months, and I was in the hospital myself for 9 days in 2015. Worst was when my boss recently, subsequently fired me pregnant, and I miscarried and had to have a D&C the following week.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.