3.9 hours of paid time off per pay period (two weeks) for the first four years. 2% match of up to 4% of salary invested in 403B.
Health insurance is great. If you enroll in a high deductible health plan and health lifestyles it is free + they'll contribute $750 annually to your HSA. Vacation time is accrued PTO, meaning you start out with zero days PTO and have to earn them. No sick days provided (they're wrapped into PTO) and they have the bare minimum (5) of holidays. 401(k) match is half up to 4% (2% total contribution) and vested after 3 years. Overall it feels like they're doing the bare minimum to maximized profits.
Decent benefits (by today's standards), pto, retirement plan is okay
Best is tuition reimbursement. Worst is have to be working 90 days with benefits to be eligible
Payments for single individuals for regual full coverage is not friendly, unless you go with HSA. They do provide nice upfront payment to your HSA account of $750 for the year. You need to do healthy lifestyles to have no monthly payment which is nice and you can get money back on tasks that add up over the year. I feel like vacation can be upped more, at least for how many years your there.
Although the employee paid portion continues to increase, the benefits package at Spectrum Health is quite generous.
Best- very affordable of full time and you get "discounted" services being an employee. Worst- if part time it's not worth having, too expensive. PTO offered and maturity leave.
The best thing about working for Spectrum Health is they are a large corp so their benefits work everywhere. They have the ability to offer health care through their own insurance which is cheaper. Cons would be their insurance isn't incredible, it doesn't cover holistic care, and mental health.
The most frustrating part about this company is that they only offer employees one option for insurance. Priority Health... which they own. The premiums and copays were pretty standard but still a bit higher than most. The 403b offered was fair with Spectrum automatically contributing 2 percent with the option of matching that for a total of 4%. I didn't contribute and wound up with several thousand dollars after 9 years. I felt the vacation was fair as well as the company perks. There were a lot of discounts offered including free bus fare.
Good health insurance overall. Vacation days are based on length of employment
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