The health insurance is great but the access to mental health care sucks. It's a major struggle. They also don't tell you too much about the benefits. You have to figure it out yourself which is bad for first time employees.
Best: Benefits Package Worst: Leadership while employed there, but savvy co-workers made up for it
Scripps offers a wide array of benefits.
Great PTO amount for the first year
401k after 3 months No health insurance for part-time Flex spending for full-time
Solid Package; good balance of health, 401K, disability, fun quarterly benefits incentive - stress relief, preventive care (complete activity and company awards $125 HSA).
Depending on team — working from home could be flexible. The health plan was good.
Poor benefits across the board. Health insurance very high deductible. Corporate management very removed from day to day
Time off is generous. You earn 26 paid days off starting the first year (adding PTO and holidays). Add five more at 5 years and another five at 15 years.
They have a retirement plan that was helpful even though I did not participate since it encouraged old people to leeve
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