Baylor Scott & White Health FAQ

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28 March 2019

What is health insurance like at Baylor Scott & White Health?

Pros

First job opportunity out of college Supports and encourages continuing education Good place to learn and grow. Good dental and vision benefits Somewhat flexible hours and there is no micromanagement About average on the PTO, all time off is rolled into PTO Match of 5% on 401k (Roth and regular offered) Tuition reimbursement program

Cons

Low pay, especially for the location and for requiring a college degree before getting the job I have. It made finding an apartment difficult especially since they are in downtown Dallas Costly medical benefits. I compared the price of medical benefits to both of my parents companies and found I must pay significantly more per annum into premiums amd the benefits were not as good as they were on my moms health insurance. Products often take a really long time to get in after being ordered leading to frequent shortages in the lab on essential processing materials. (We had an order of DPBS on backorder for 3.5 months) They will change suppliers on you without any notice. Often understaffed. Raises are extremely minimal

Advice to Management

Notify people when you are switching suppliers (eg: dry ice) Supply chain is a mess Pay your workers more and they will treat your patients better, it should be at least enough to afford a nearby apartment and pay off student loans without putting them in a crunch.

I compared the price of medical benefits to both of my parents companies and found I must pay significantly more per annum into premiums amd the benefits were not as good as they were on my moms health insurance.

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28 August 2020

Does Baylor Scott & White Health offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Baylor has many great benefits from tuition reimbursement, encouraging managers and directors and much more

Cons

I have not experienced anything negative to note

Baylor has many great benefits from tuition reimbursement, encouraging managers and directors and much more

28 August 2020

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30 August 2020

Does Baylor Scott & White Health pay for a gym membership?

Pros

Great learning experience Great Clinical Instructors and Staff Great patient

Cons

The gym felt small and when there would be several patients it would feel cramped (but this is my only "con")

The gym felt small and when there would be several patients it would feel cramped (but this is my only "con")

30 August 2020

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22 August 2018

Does Baylor Scott & White Health offer disability insurance?

Pros

1. Prestigious name in the community

Cons

1. Terrible culture (do more with less; only top executives matter; survey employees but don't make meaningful changes). 2. More high-level leaders here that are incompetent versus the very small number of competent leaders. 3. No maternity benefits if you don't sign up for short-term disability upon initial hire date (which only gives you 6 weeks paid anyway); after that, any and all pre-existing conditions will lead to a denial for the coverage. 4. Expectations to work outside of work hours if you're salaried.

Advice to Management

Replace the incompetent and small-minded leaders with competent, innovative, collaborative individuals. Make work-life balance and benefit packages a priority to save money on turnover of top talent.

term disability upon initial hire date (which only gives you 6 weeks paid anyway); after that, any and all pre

22 August 2018

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11 July 2019

What is the retirement plan like at Baylor Scott & White Health?

Pros

Fun work environment, excellent supportive physicians, supportive management

Cons

Benefits are decent but could be better, great retirement program

Advice to Management

I know its hard with such a large organization but the cost of health insurance is high and based on your income level. Peter pays for Paul even though Peter worked 2 jobs and went thousands of dollars in debt to get where he/she is.

Benefits are decent but could be better, great retirement program

11 July 2019

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