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“Great options to select from”
“Generous amount of time provided off”
“Pension plan is gone. No new employees will get it, and no new contributions to existing employees. The benefits package has gone downhill fast.”
Health insurance was good. The dental insurance wasn’t very good in my opinion.
100% tuition reimbursement for full time staff. No commitment.
I don't really know much about the benefit packages that were offered at the University of Chicago Hospitals because I was only a part time worker and so I didn't have exposure to that.
Excellent health benefits -- free hip and knee replacement and labor/delivery care. Includes options for very inexpensive healthcare plans.
If you choose UCM plan, you get a very affordable (in relative terms) access to one of the nation's best medical providers, but are required to be seen/treated at the hospital only. This is a challenge for those (most) who live far away from the place of employment (many commute from the neighboring state of IN; and even those who live in the city of Chicago are faced with 10-20 mile commute to be seen in the ER or Urgent Care clinic). Sick time, that's allocated separate from vacation time, may be used towards doctor's visits in increments up to 4 hours a day.
Good benefits and 401k, laid back work enviornment
Health Insurance is decently priced
Offer 100% tuition reimbursement, great health care package, decent 401K, as well as tuition discount to either the private high school or university.
They offer an HMO and three PPO packages, one of which has an HSA with employer match. The HMO plan, UCHP, is convenient if you live in the area and can receive all of your care at the main campus.
I will mention the best thing...you get a $50,000 life insurance policy paid completely by the employer, help and discounts on finding a house and a mental health therapist to talk to anonymously when needed.
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