An overview of our top benefits includes:
Paid time off could be accrued relatively quickly, and supervisors were generally very lenient with requesting personal days.
Tuition assistance for employees and children, live where you work, company gives money towards purchasing a home. Reasonable insurance rates
The benefits package is getting worse every year. New to 2016, no more defined pension plan and a 50% match of 3% (meaning you get 1.5% instead of a defined pension plan). New to 2017, you now have to pay $200 out of pocket before they match 80/20 or 90/10 depending on the plan you pick. Vacation is pretty good, starting at 4 weeks (for non union). But there is only one bank, just pto, no sick and vacation. They will reimburse for tuition up to a set amount per year. They also reimburse for 50% of children's tuition. However this last benefit seems to keep a lot of unhappy employees until their children graduate.
The pension plan, but was discontinued in 2015.
There is a discount on the medical insurance benefit cost if you are a nonsmoker and are willing to take a breath test to prove it.
The benefits are very reasonable priced for healthcare.
Too expensive, have to see their doctors if you get the cheapest package. You'd be better off getting your own insurance elsewhere
Low copays, almost everything under the sun is covered one way or another, and you have an arsenal of healthcare providers to choose from all across Baltimore and the surrounding areas.
Only give one week maternity leave.
The health insurance through johns Hopkins is amazing I have been able to find great doctors with little or no co-pay, for myself and my daughter.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.