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The benefits packages are surprisingly limited for a healthcare institution. The pension plan is decent, while not directly associated with HOOPP. You will receive the typical statutory holidays, an accrued vacation bank, and 2 personal days per year. Work-Life balance is advertised, but it requires far too much approval and scrutiny to make use of it.
-Employee discounts at certain restaurants and other places across GTA. -Good benefits package with spend for all types of treatement (chiro, physio, RMT, orthopodist, etc.) -Dental and vision. -Depending on your team, you can work 1-3 days from home. Realistically you don't need to be in the office 5 days a week to get your work done. -Half days on the Friday before long weekend. -Work extra amount of hours in the summer and get some days off. -3 wks vacation, personal and sick days except you can only use sick days when you're actually sick and not for a doctors appt or anything else.
Best thing is the pension plan. Worst thing is Poor compensation on overtime
The worst thing about the benefits package at SickKids is that no benefits were offered. Furthermore, only a maximum of 2 sick days were allowed.
Good drug coverage (free prescription fulfillment at on-site Shoppers). Comprehensive wellness package with separate amounts for chiro, massage, physio etc.
Modified benefits package, most health costs are subsidized. Good dental plan as well.
good dental and medical benefits
Not good enough, they only covered a small portion
A portion of your salary goes into health & dental; pension plan is complex to understand but appears similar to HOOPP; 84% top-up maternity leave for 25 weeks.
All inclusive benefits really amazing really great dont know muvh about it other than that but its a great job to have
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