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“Health insurance is optional but must use their facilities. Very limited options, ”
Best it could be considering the current state of healthcare in America
vacation , time off limited.
The worst thing about Touro benefits is the leave. While you accrue up to 6.25 hours a pay period (assuming you work full time), there are no sick days or paid holidays. So, if your office is closed on Christmas, which most are, then you will have to use 8 hours of your vacation. If you are low on your accrued Paid Time Off when a holiday rolls around, you will not be paid. If you get sick, you will also have to use your vacation time. What's worse is that Touro staffs itself so lean that it is difficult to be approved for vacation at all. I rarely took time off, and I never took an entire week off. I quit Touro partly because of the poor leave time. I am so much happier now.
There are No benefits here
The medical insurance had very high deductibles even if used at that hospital. Dental insurance was outrageously expensive.(compared to what I'm used to paying). I did like the HSA plan. Touro was very generous with their donation to employees HSA IF YOU TOOK THE HIGH DEDUCTABLE INSURANCE.
The human resources department is extremely helpful with information and follow up. They have always been great about explaining new processes and spent the time to go over my Benito's changes when transitioning from full time to part time status.
403b plan with a 2% match up to 4%. Can get an additional percentage based on hospital's yearly performance. 22 days off per year not including holidays.
Poor retirement package HR has no program in place to encourage retention of long term employees.
Touro has basic benefits and the health insurance isn't all that good.
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