On the brink of being a fantastic place to work. If they could just pull their compensation/benefits package toward their mission, it would be one of the best around. There is an intense focus on the patient and their experience (as there should) but upper management seems to have forgotten that a little of the same care and consideration for their employees would only further their mission. Employees that feel cared for and considered pass that feeling on to their customers/patients. Better/more insurance options, more remote/flexible work arrangements, more support/options for healthy workplace activities (gym, green bike, dedicated time during work day to get out and exercise) would make this a fantastic place to work. It’s good - but improvements would really push it over into amazing.
Some of the benefits I have most enjoyed with other employers:
- designated PTO only for charitable work. This was a set number of hours (24) to be used for volunteering that did not count against other PTO balances and was awarded every year. I used it to volunteer at my child’s school, Ronald McDonald, and to give blood.
- 12 weeks of paid maternal/paternal leave
- 12 weeks of paid elder care leave
- company sponsored contests to earn $$ for doing healthy activities