Benefits Summary


Healthcare Coverage

Jewish Home employees who work 20 hours or more per week receive health, dental, and vision insurance. Employees may choose from different health insurance packages, and may opt to include coverage for spouses, domestic partners, and dependents.

Life Insurance

The Jewish Home pays for life insurance coverage for each eligible employee.

Retirement Plans

The Jewish Home offers employer-contributed retirement plans. Benefits accrue according to the number of hours worked.

Time Off

Depending on the employee’s position and classification, benefits include Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Illness Bank (EIB) hours; or accumulated paid sick leave, holidays, and vacation.

Employee Assistance Program

The Jewish Home offers an Employee Assistance Program, which provides free and confidential information and consultation regarding childcare, older adult services, career management, interpersonal or stress issues, and legal and financial matters.


Commuter Check

The Jewish Home participates in the national Commuter Check program, providing transit benefits to employees. Commuter checks are vouchers that are redeemed for transit passes, tickets or tokens, or to pay vanpool fares.

Van Shuttle

The Home provides a free shuttle service for employees commuting to and from the Glen Park BART station.

Fitness Center

Employees who have completed an orientation session covering safety and the use of equipment in the fitness center may enjoy access to the center from 5:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m., and from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Meal Deal

All Jewish Home employees can take advantage of “the works” from our staff cafeteria – an entrée, side dish and beverage for just $4.00.

Two dietary staff plating soup for lunch

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