The hospital system offers the following wellness programs to full- and part-time employees: flu shots, health screenings, health-risk appraisals, smoking-cessation programs, health club discounts, physical activity and exercise programs, weight-loss programs, and stress-management training. Sixty-eight percent of Beaumont employees have used at least one of the wellness benefits during the past 12 months. In addition, employees benefit from myOptimal Health, which is a total health-management strategy aimed at controlling long-term health care costs.
Beaumont offers its full- and part-time employees on-site child care, backup care for child care and eldercare, and referral services to help employees find child care and eldercare. In addition, the hospital system offers up to 40 hours of subsidized backup care annually for all employees, giving them an additional option when faced with unforeseen caregiving responsibilities.
Benefits/Alternative Work Arrangements: Beaumont offers alternative-work arrangements, such as flextime, compressed work schedules, and telecommuting, to its full- and part-time employees. Part-time employees are also eligible for job sharing. Full-time employees are eligible to switch to part-time work on a permanent or temporary basis.
Opportunities for Retirees: Beaumont currently has 2,402 retirees and an employee directly responsible for retiree relations. The hospital system stays connected with its retirees by communicating on a regular basis, by inviting them to organization events and celebrations, by providing retirees with ongoing access to retirement planning workshops/information, and by formally acknowledging employees on the occasion of their retirement. Beaumont offers retirees temporary work assignments, consulting and contract work, telecommuting, and full- and part-time work assignments.
Age of Workforce: Twenty-nine percent of Beaumont employees are age 50+. The average tenure of employees age 50+ is 9.1 years.