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“Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida PTO with high deductibles, high out-of-pockets, high premiums for covering dependents and no coverage for spouses if spouse has coverage at work.”
“No profit sharing. 4% matching contribution is average. ”
“17 days PTO, use it or lose it. 10 paid holidays. ”
Pretty common and fair benefits package. Decently generous time off (PTO) at start. Company match 401k up to 4%. profit sharing via Roper. Medical is decent, but not the part where if your spouse has benefits somewhere else, then he/she is ineligible for benefits through Sunquest. There is tuition reimbursement (pretty standard amounts) and all the common benefits - Short and long term disability, accidental death, life insurance, etc. There is also the health savings plan and other perks you'd expect from a large, multi-million dollar company.
Company offers a very competitive package!
Most benefits are standard, although all the basics are there - health, vision, dental, 401k, etc. Prices are pretty typical, nothing to write home about. They did just add two holidays to the calendar year, which was very positive.
401k 4% match which to me seems low
Don't think that the loss of PTO carryover is good for the company or the employee.
The benefits package could be okay, but when they changed to blue cross blue shield, it is certainly leaving a lot to be desired. The Copays are ridiculous for the health insurance, decent dental, great vision, decent employer match on the 401k and decent PTO.
Benefit copays keep going up along with the cost.
They're don't care about the employee's! Every year the costs to the employees goes up by 2 times the national average!
They had awesome benefits, and decent vacation, 2 weeks. They had all sorts of discounts with places in town even. They held little silly events and it was good people, so they were fun.
Sunquest has the option to choose what health benefits they will agree to cover under their policy. They do not always take the advice of medical professionals when making those decisions.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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