It used to be that solo employees wouldn't have to pay for health insurance. Now even those employees have to pay to be treated by Sutter Health. And with that they also have to pay the co-pays. You would think a healthcare company would want to insure that their employees remain healthy.
The dental insurance is not the best one
Competitive PTO and tuition reimbursement. The healthcare coverage is fantastic and is basically free.
Vacation time is also used during site closures
Free Health Insurance for you and your family if you use the EPO plan. Pension which is the best if it lasts, 28'days starting if PTO which includes sick and holidays so when you break it down for the first year you really have say 2-3 weeks vacation PTO. Working in the executive or business offices (not clinical) there is definitely Work From Home options (depending on your boss) but I see it frequently. Employee discounts for hotels, movie tickets, scholarships for children of employees for college, FSA, 401k with 5% max matching
Still have to pay for my husband's premiums despite being told that healthcare would be free this year. The benefit coverage changed from all labs, radiology and dme covered to a $250 deductible and then covered at 90% after copay. A $250 HSA was added to benefits as an option but wasn't explained that it's intent was to bridge the gap in deductible so some staff didn't take this election. Retirement feels as secure as social security. I am not relying on it as any form of real plan.
Great benefits at very reasonable price.. 401 k , pension plan , medical, dental vision all included... PTO is little confusing though. They include all national holidays in your PTO.
Free insurance, 403b package, pension
Best benefits package for full and part-time employees.
Having worked for Sutter Health for 9 years, their health insurance premiums have increased slightly over the years due to overall cost of healthcare, but it is still very good. Vision and dental are great. They also offer a pension, which is something that is not common anymore.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.