They offer competitive benefits like anyone else. Others include, Tuition reimbursement capped at 10K per year for Full time. You have to work an additional year in order not to pay it back. They also reimburse you for exams you pass. Lots of employees also not aware that you get cell phone discounts with one of the carriersBut they give you the money prior to start of classes
The hospital has a very generous tuition reimbursement, so if you plan on going back to school while you work, this hospital is a good place to work.
Excellent benefits for myself & family, sick and vacation time was a great 401K was a plus.
Best thing: insurance Worst thing: vacation time, hired as RN through hospital side even though working in an Academic setting. All other staff get university holidays off such as summer breaks, but this position gets only 6 major US holidays off.
Good healthcare for all employees
The best thing is the health insurance is quite good and relatively affordable.
Good tuition benefits for education
The benefits are fantastic , employee contribution is very minimal and co-pays are low cost in and out of Penn Network.
Company had little to no benefits options with a poor matching plan.
The benefits package appears generous but many benefits are meager, such as tuition assistance and adoption assistance, and are contingent upon working at least a year after the benefits are pain out. A benefit it not a benefit if it has strings attached.
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