nothing everything at scripps is wonderfull and amazing, even the really sick are the best.
Success Shares; End of each year we receive success shares based on patient satisfaction
Best thing is the health care insurance. Offers options of HMO and PPO Worst thing is middle management lacking good communication skills which contributes to high staff stress and burn-out.
worst thing about the medical benefits (PPO) is that you still have a HIGH out-of-pocket expense especially if you do not go to a Physician in the "Tier" that they belong in. In other words, Tier1 and Tier2 physicians are a different pay out of pocket range and the worst part about this is when you call your Benefits system for info all they do is refer you back to the Physicians office to get this information from them....passing the buck and doing THEIR job for THEM. Be educated on what PPO really is about. Sometimes I thing the EPO is a better deal.
Annual bonus for keeping the hospital's survey scores high keeps employees focused on their "One Scripps" vision. Consistently rated in the top employers in the country!
The heath insurance is comprehensive. It is definitely on the expensive side though. I have a family of 5 and it cost me over $200 bi-weekly.
Scripps offers several Fidelity investment plans, with contribution matching for one of those plans. The health benefits are good, and the PTO offered is average.
Health insurance is very good and employees can do things to reduce the deductions
Health Benefits are the best
Super expensive. I was paying 32 dollars per pay check, I can't remember the exact price but they wanted here- somewhere around 120-170 per pay check for about the first year, but then it only goes down to around 60 per pay check if you do a ton of health related crap. PTO accrues super slow, and they lump it all together- sick, vacation, holidays. Benefits are also going downhill because the company is doing poorly financially. Employee recognition is a joke. They gave me a half slip of paper with some people's signatures I've never heard of.