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
I am relatively new with the company but I know they offer amazing benefits as many of my family and friends are employed with them.
403(b), health insurance and PTO/Holidays are great. The dental/eye is not the best but it isn't too bad especially if you need to use them.
Good benefits, PTO accrual is slow though.
No cost health insurance but 4,000 dollar deductible
Worst thing was the benefits package. Paid in so much money, but still had high co-pays, and lots of things that weren't covered.
Contribution match with short vesting period
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