THE BENEFITS OF BELONGING
As a valued full-time member of our staff, you’ll enjoy outstanding benefits, including health, dental and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. Relocation assistance is available for those who qualify.
The best health insurance coverage. They provide a lot of vacation time and sick time. 401K is alright.
No state disability, high contribution to the union but not helping when unfair issues arises
Core benefit is garbage 7000 deductible yearly!
Pension plan is very good but nothing appears to be set in stone and there is a concern about the solvency of the plan. Educational time for physicians is not for CME, but is only narrowly used for board review. So if somebody promised you educational time, please ask them for specifics. Health plans are very good for the family .
The best thing about the UCLA Health benefit package is having a great medical benefit. UCLA health really gets one of the best insurance plans for their employees. UCLA also provides really good dental and vision.
Great healthcare options! Multiple pension plans.
Wonderful coverage and they make it easy to enroll and have assistance if you need help choosing
Great health benefits, and 11 holidays! Con is the retirement benefits were reduced by Gov Brown.
The best thing about the benefits package is life time pension plan. Also, the medical insurance covers up to 26 years of age of children. The worst thing is that there was no salary raise or bonus. Just 2-3 percent increase of cost of living.
This place is awful. They keep you under 40 hours to avoid giving you any benefits. Working 32 hours a week (8hours x 4 days) a get a garbage tier heal plan (need to pay $6,000 deductible first then they only cover 60% after. If I get in an accident I'm broke). No paid time off for under 40 hours a week. I've been here one year but they refuse to give me paid sick time or even pay for holidays that occur on my work days. They take some money out of my paycheck in to their "Safe Harbor" program which is some kind of mandatory savings account for retirement. The problem is I have no idea where the money is or how to access it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.