I had all benefits except for short term/long term disability as a part-time employee. Great 403b with company match, dental/vison, HSA account with company contribution monthly. No PTO as part-time therapist but that is to be expected.
Standard PTO (6.x hours / pay period), reasonable cost on health insurance, co-pays and deductibles, no employee discount is a downside, excellent dental insurance.
Crittenton Children's Center is part of Saint Luke's Health System. The Saint Luke's Health system offers medical insurance, dental insurance, and PTO.
BCBS Kansas City, locally based excellent coverage for healthy employees. Exspense is low even for families. Medical, dental & vision all covered at a low cost. 401 is matching at 4% & another plan can be included if wanted. FSA offered as well. LTD included with FT employees. PRN employees can participate in the 401 too.
The compensation team offers you the lowest possible salary they can. Never accept their first offer. Pharmacy does not have evening or weekend hours.
Just changed the retirement plan, Blue Cross Blue Shield provided insurance which is nice, PTO is bountiful but have to use it or you lose it
They have great benefits especially tuition reimbursement
You will have to complete a set of requirements (Low Cholesterol, BMI, BP, Blood Glucose / Yearly Physical Exam / Pap Smear or other Preventive Screening / and Wellness Exam) to get the Wellness discount, or else pay ridiculously inflated insurance rates. It's good and bad since it does keep you on top of your own health, but this all has to be done with an in-network, in-house SLHS physician which can mean long wait times for appts.
The benefits were decent, I feel that if you work in healthcare it should be covered at 100 % but this wasn't the case
They offer great job benefits and on going education benefits. The last year employed stops at 2013 but it has been longer since I've been there. Things may be a little different by now.
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