Decent PTO package provided by company.
Health insurance is fairly standard but in order to be able to see providers outside of the Swedish Covenant system, you have to elect the PPO. This is necessary for most mental health providers and even some specialists as Swedish has very few of many providers. The PTO is terrible. I was told that you get 25 PTO days per year but what I wasn't informed of is that 6 of those days are holidays. If you work in a department that does not work weekends or holidays, you are still required to use a PTO day for holidays even though you wouldn't normally be working that day. It makes sense for departments that do have to work holidays but anyone else gets a bum deal. The one nice perk is a discounted membership to the Galter Life Center.
Health benefits are great so long as you choose a PCP within the network. Only complaint is the PTO set up. It is All accrued, so no "real" sick or paid holidays off unless you have the hours for it, otherwise it's unpaid.
Very little to offer as benefits , because non for profit
Best is the affordable Swedish Covenant health insurance. Worst is the pay. Lowest I've seen for CNA's in Chicago hospitals. It was my first job as a CNA, but was way lower than the average in other parts of the city.
Cheap health insurance for full-time employees as long as you see their doctors. Cell phone discount through AT&T. Necessary medical procedures done at Swedish by their doctors through their insurance and you pay nothing out of pocket. No vision (only discounts through health insurance). No paid maternity, they use your PTO. Fitness center with pool on campus with reduced membership fees for full-time employees.
Tuition reimbursement is limited to $2,500.00 annually.
Morale is low. Big turn over. Employees get burnt out quickly. There is favoritism by administration. New employee training is inadequate. Salaries are low with scarce raises every few years.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.