SharpChoice Benefits Plan
The SharpChoice package ensures that employees and their families are protected against catastrophic financial loss resulting from an illness or injury. SharpChoice includes:
Sharp$aver Retirement Plan
The Sharp$aver 401(a) plan allows for employee after-tax contributions with matching contributions made by Sharp. This savings plan also provides educational opportunities and expert investment resources to help employees shape their retirement strategies.
Tax-Deferred Retirement Program
Sharp’s tax-deferred program is a long-term savings plan that offers employees pre-tax contributions with available loan and withdrawal provisions. Because contributions and earnings credited to the tax-deferred account(s) accumulate on a tax-deferred basis, substantial amounts of money may be invested for a surprisingly small cost.
Paid Leave Plan
The paid leave plan at Sharp HealthCare provides replacement income for our employees to take time off for rest and relaxation, or while they one of their family members recovers from a temporary illness or injury. Paid time off (PTO) and extended sick insurance (ESI) can be used as they are accrued.
Group Voluntary Benefit Plans
Sharp HealthCare employees are also eligible to participate in the following group voluntary benefit plans:
Sharp Best Health is a comprehensive wellness program available to Sharp HealthCare employees. Offering online wellness tools, interactive workshops, one-on-one health coaching and more, the program provides employees with resources to reach their unique wellness goals.
Current and former employees report that Sharp HealthCare provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The amount covered for health care.”
“Average paid time off for employees.”
“You must be an employee for one year for benefits to kick in.”
Health insurance, cell phone discount, 401K, educational reimbursement, etc.
Very good benefits that are free if you work full time.
Company matching retirement and free dental and health insurance
Good retirement options and paid time off
I’m currently doing patient registration in the ER at my hospital I’ve been there a little over 2 years and I’m only making 18 I’m not sure if that’s the standard for this position but I’ve been thinking about asking my boss for a raise because with today’s economy I feel like I am very under paid
They’re great benefits and are always slightly more than competitors
Did not like using my PTO for my first sick day.
The health plan insurance is great.
Great insurance provider from employer.
Great PTO and other perks
Insulting Benefits for Per Diem Nurse Assistants