Good health insurance, 401k contribution, paid vacation, etc
Cheap health insurance, full prescription coverage, low copays, start at five weeks paid time off, below average retirement plan
worst thing is that the insurance does not cover much of the medical bill, might as well pay the whole bill yourself. And family insurance is 600 dollars a month ..............ridiculous.
Family package for full medical is a little pricey considering you work for the hospital. But vision and dental are extremely affordable.
The health insurance seems pretty good. The retirement plan for new employee's isn't very good but most companies don't do well here anymore.
I did not have benefits package, I was a part of the university research funded and provided tuition fee waiver for research by United Health Services.
Terrible health benefits considering it's healthcare. No holidays. Scheduling PTO a nightmare. No work-life balance. There is no best thing.
When you sign up for their benefits package you can only see a UHS doctor! "It's like Walmart - pay you peanuts so you go on welfare and then spend your food stamps back at the place that's robbing you." Makes no sense. Packages are outlandish for families pushing $300 per check! Wait time for their doctors is super long. A friend tried to make an appointment for a GI doctor and already has to wait until February! And the PTO is ridiculous. NO paid holidays, use your own earned PTO to give yourself pay for their offices that are closed not by your choice. Some support departments do not get a day off for observance if the holiday falls on a weekend like this year. Because the hospital isn't closed. But, mostly every single office is.
Largest employer in the region, providing relative security in a scarce job market at this time.
One option. The cost for a single person isn't bad, but the cost for a family is outrageous, pushing $300 per paycheck. Poor network. No discount for employees. Also, you get 22 PTO days per year, however, whenever the office is closed you have to take your PTO to pay for that day off and you cannot choose to work on closed holidays in lieu of spending your PTO. They only participate in some AFLAC programs, the hospital program is NOT one of them.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.