The best thing is that you have excellent coverage for Yale providers, which is great because I wouldn't want to go to any other hospital. The worst thing is the price
Out of pocket for benefits $4,600 per person, more than $10,000 family. For a hospital employee. Are you kidding me??? I know other hospitals where out of pocket is only a very low copay. Terrible hospital to work for.
Matching 401 k, free parking (some locations),free health coaching, ESP services
Great health benefits, good pension benefits and 401k match Liked the management and your hard work gets recognized If you look for opportunities, company will support
PIP was an annual bonus which was 1-3% of salary, which for staff RN was based off total hours worked not just base pay. Always nice to get as nurses don’t have a lot of bonuses in this field. Medical benefits were so-so. Anytime I got blood work done I always got a bill. Even things that seemed quite routine and were only once a year. And co-pays are on the rise.
Excellent health coverage with network of physicians. Medical, dental and vision programs. Also have fmla.
Every year HR tries to improve the employee benefits, I have worked other places and employees should appreciate the benefits that are offered. I have nothing negative to say about the benefits package.
The best about their benefits they have good employee health plan.the worst thing is their benefits for employee who may be going thru s crisis they should consider the employee over all attendance and work ethics before taking consequence action that can leave a good employee without work
The benefits package I have to say is really really good, they offer medical, dental, vision, 401K, life insurance, even insurance for your pets, significant other. They also have a Know Your Numbers which all you can save $500 a year on your benefits, so they give you options to get this amount. A physical with your primary care counts as 350pts, then you have other options that can add to that like using your fitbit to get a certain number of steps per day which is 2pts a day, going to a gynecologist gets points, eye doctor, etc.. The insurance covers a good amount too, the deductible for me was $800 ( I am not sure if it is different for anyone else) Above everything I am sad I am not there because the benefits were really good.
The best thing about their benefits is the PTO, retirement, tuition reimbursement, health insurance, dental, vision. The worst is that holidays come out of your PTO
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