cannot say because I was an intern and not receiving a benefits package, was a short temporary postion of a couple of months.
Paid time off was generous
Pension plan with 8%
This is as a Per Diem LVN so there aren't a lot of benefits but they still do a decent job. Union fighting hard for a raise after years. Mandatory safe harbor deposit makes sure you save some money
Great benefits! In terms of growth, I'd say its difficult to move up and expand. It is all about the opportunity if someone leaves the company.
Not enough time off for sure. Decent medical coverage (I opted for Kaiser because it was more affordable than accessing UCSF care...which is rude). Anyhow, they do okay but could do better.
More benefits offered compared to other hospitals I've worked previously.
Healthcare expenses can increase annual
The retirement plan is very useful. It gives the employee either a monthly sum after retirement or a lump sum. The monthly sum is a great cushion to have for older age.
Best thing is when you help a very sick child get the health care that they need urgently is the greatest feeling.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.