Slight tuition assistance if you can stand it there past a year. The health insurance is pretty high compared to other places I looked at.
low wages, high cost for insurance with a $10,000 family deductible, no raises, if you take a vacation day- you're still required to meet an impossible production
The best benefit is I guess what you might call a health stipend in which thry will reimburse you a certain amount each year toward things that will improve your health, such as a monthly gym or community center membership, fitness class, home fitness item, etc. The worst things are that the employee cost for medical insurance premiums is really high compared to other employers and you have to choose the high deductible plan to be eligible for the health savings plans. I pay over twice as much in medical premiums then at my last job and in talking with others that seems to be the norm. Another down side is sick leave and vacation time. First, they are combined into paid time off (PTO) and you still have to have your production met for the week or month you will be gone before you will be gone for approved leave. If it is not, your approved leave turns Into unapproved leave. You are also still required to meet your production during holiday weeks/months. Second, using your leave for sick time even for a couple days and with a dr note or ER note, can be a difficult situation.
Best part is the choice of insurance packages. They have three plans to choose from
They sold employees insurance in which we could not use within our clinic
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