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August 27, 2018

What is health insurance like at Northwell Health?

Pros

Tuition reimbursement is good, 5k for the year.

Cons

Health insurance is very high, PTO is only 5.5 hours every two weeks, only a 3% cost of living salary increase every year (should be more based on performance), no bonuses.

Health insurance is very high, PTO is only 5.5 hours every two weeks, only a 3% cost of living salary increase every year (should be more based on performance), no bonuses.

August 27, 2018

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October 2, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Northwell Health?

Pros

Great perks, Great pay, good support

Cons

Micromanagement, collaborating with PA is hard they talk down to you.

Advice to Management

Great company.

Great perks, Great pay, good support

October 2, 2020

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February 3, 2020

Does Northwell Health offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

Good opportunity for growth, 5k/year tuition reimbursement, great pay.

Cons

Not union, micromanagement at times.

Good opportunity for growth, 5k/year tuition reimbursement, great pay.

February 3, 2020

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April 23, 2019

Does Northwell Health pay for a gym membership?

Pros

The only good thing about the job and the company is the generous PTO that you get. For analyst level, you get 27 PTO days that you accrue annually and you can use it for any reason (sick, personal & vacation). They also rollover to the next year if you don't use it during the current year. Health benefits are good and cheap since its an healthcare company. Good work/life balance.

Cons

- The corporate finance office is old and hideous. Not a lot of space/floors for the amount of workers they hire. Only one main dining area in the entire building and it gets super crowded especially during the winter time. The selection of food in the cafeteria is very poor so most people have to get out of their way to drive and buy food. The gym is almost non-existent. There's no free and open space to sit and relax, most people go stand on the hallways or go outside to the parking lot.... Also, there's not that much to do after work since its in Long Island. People usually just go home. - Not many employee events to encourage and motivate employees to come to work. - No upward mobility or growth, takes years to be promoted to the next lvl. - Office technology is outdated. - No work from home option, only if weather is bad. - Work is tedious and repetitive - Office politics - Pay is low

Advice to Management

Please provide more events for employees so that they feel appreciated for the work they do. Upgrade software tools to be on-par with industry competitors. Provide a more lenient dress code such as implementing jeans Friday. Pay attention to employee efforts and promote or give raises more often.

The gym is almost non

April 23, 2019

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February 11, 2020

Does Northwell Health offer disability insurance?

Pros

decent benefits, decent salary for metro NYC, short term disability leave

Cons

highly entitled patient population, disrespected by management

decent benefits, decent salary for metro NYC, short term disability leave

February 11, 2020

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