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How to Evaluate Employer Benefits Packages: Disability (Part 6)

on Jun 6, 2018 2:00:35 PM By | Brian Mitchell | 0 Comments | benefits disability
In my previous post on benefits, we talked about life insurance as a gift for your family members. Disability is a gift for YOU and your family. In the same way life insurance helps replace your income stream for your family, disability insurance helps you maintain an income stream in the event you have an illness or injury that prevents you from being able to work.
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Why Adventist Health System is One of the Top Places to Work in Healthcare

on May 14, 2018 10:59:00 AM By | Douglas Mvududu | 0 Comments | nursing nurse residency benefits AHS culture international
For the third year in a row, Adventist Health System has earned a spot on Becker’s list of “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare.” If you’re familiar with Becker’s Hospital Review, then you know this recognition is given annually to healthcare organizations that promote workplace diversity, employee engagement, and professional growth. But you may wonder exactly what we do in these three areas at AHS that sets us apart from so many other companies.
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How to Evaluate Employer Benefits Packages: Life Insurance (Part 5)

on Apr 11, 2018 4:38:22 PM By | Brian Mitchell | 0 Comments | benefits life insurance
I realize that life insurance isn’t the most exciting topic. In fact, some people may not want to think about it at all. If you associate it with coffins and funerals, that makes sense. However, I encourage you to think of it instead as a gift that you leave your family members. It enables them to pay for your final expenses without incurring financial hardship, and it can continue to support them in your absence.
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An Easy Way to Earn Your BSN While Working at Adventist Health System

If you’ve ever worked the night shift for five days straight, run a household and attempted to have a life, trying to make time to go back to school may feel impossible. Add college applications and trying to pay school bills, and getting another degree might seem way out of reach.
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How to Evaluate Employer Benefits Packages: Time Off (Part 4)

on Mar 14, 2018 4:41:48 PM By | Brian Mitchell | 1 Comment | benefits PDO paid days off paid time off time off
Everyone loves daydreaming about a trip to Hawaii or taking some time off to spend with their family. To make those dreams a reality though, you first have to understand the different types of time off benefits that employers offer and how to manage your vacation account balance well. 
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How to Evaluate Employer Benefits Packages: Retirement (Part 3)

on Mar 6, 2018 5:14:14 PM By | Brian Mitchell | 6 Comments | benefits retirement
I get it. You are young and a long way from retirement, but in the greater scheme of things this is probably your most important benefit. At the end of your working career, the single largest asset you have should be your retirement savings.
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How to Evaluate Employer Benefits Packages: Medical (Part 2)

on Feb 27, 2018 2:26:47 PM By | Brian Mitchell | 9 Comments | benefits health insurance
Last week I shared what I consider the Big 5 Benefits and how you can get started evaluating different packages. In this post we’ll take a deeper dive into what to look for when comparing medical benefits, but first it’s important to understand some basic plan terminology and how health insurance works.
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How to Evaluate Employer Benefits Packages (Part 1)

on Feb 20, 2018 4:18:00 PM By | Brian Mitchell | 0 Comments | benefits
A challenging task for job candidates is how to evaluate benefits packages. Many employers claim to provide competitive or comprehensive benefits, but at the end of the day, what does that mean? How can you compare their packages to ensure you’re getting the best coverage?
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