Decent coverage. Filling prescriptions at retail pharmacies can be difficult.
Remote work option with some managers; company is broke and benefits/security reflect
Big downgrade since being bought out by Trinity. Very poor PTO accrual for my line of work, even with holidays calculated. Sick time is also a big downgrade: have to use 80 hours of PTO to begin their sick time of 50% pay.
NO BENEFITS AT ALL, I was making 290 net a week they took 102$ in health insurance out of each check , not even worth it
For a healthcare company, our healthinsurance package options are way overpriced.
Best: 401k. Cons: I don't know what my union dues helped me for other than take money away from my paycheck.
Terrible benefits overall Con: Expensive Pro: Large network
company offers decent insurance at the moment
Offers both a pension and 403B, medical coverage is very comprehensive.
Worst- Tiered plan. Tier 1 lowest cost are hospitals, doctors, and facilities owned and operated by Trinity Health. Tier 2 - typical Blue Cross Blue Shield in-network doctors, hospital and facilities but at a much higher cost. Tier 3 out of network. Many of the employees either do not have a Tier 1 hospital or access to a Tier 1 doctor in their area. Forcing them to use a Tier 2 doctor and pay much more out of pocket. Worst- prescription plan. Brand name medication the employee pays 40%. of the total cost. Even if there is not a generic medication offered. Can not appeal - the company has said they are still offering the medication to you just at a higher cost to the employee. Which in many cases it makes the medication needed and prescribed out of reach for the employee because of the cost. Generic medication you pay 25.00 for a 90 day supply. You can only go to one pharmacy to get your medication and can not shop it around.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.