Current and former employees report that Health Plan of San Joaquin provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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Fantastic benefits including retirement plans including a pension, affordable healthcare, and generous PTO.
3 retirement packages, good medical benefit
CALPERS benefits are the primary attraction, decent healthcare benefits
HPSJ offers four different Medical plans (two PPO's and two HMO's), two Dental plans and a standard Vision plan and three different retirement accounts. They also offer Voluntary Life and AD&D options, AFLAC coverage, an LAP, legal assistance and identity theft protection, a free health advocate, and a discount mall. Employees have 9 paid holidays throughout the year along with accrued PTO.
They have a horrible benefit package for families, our bonuses were also stripped because we joined the union, and all non-union members received 644,000 dollars even though the company said there would be no bonuses period!
Retirement package is decent. After probationary period (60 days) you recieve medical, dental, vision, $100k life insurance, Calpers and 401k also
90% contribution towards employee and 50% towards family health insurance. CalPers pension plan, company paid 401a, employee contribute to 457a, union represented, yearly bonus and raise, all major holidays off including 4 float holidays. Paid time off equals 20 days a year.... Very generous from what I can say.
There are a lot of positive things I could say about their benefits package. One word I'd use to describe their package offer is it is very rich. They provide 3 different retirement programs, CalPers, 401a, which is essentially a pension plan that only they contribute to, and a 457b plan which is essentially a 401k plan where you contribute money and they match your contribution up to 6.25%. They offer 4 different medical plans, vision, dental and other EAP programs
The best thing is that HPSJ participates in CalPERS. The worst thing is that virtually all other benefits were cut unilaterally as of 1/1/15. The promises made upon hire were not kept. These were not small changes. They were dramatic reductions in time off and dramatic increases in out of pocket costs for others.
I used spouses benefits in lieu of HPSJs.