good 401K match, PTO increases after 5 and 10 years. Still offer pensions.
Best is Employee Assistance Program. Worse is that our premiums are higher for the same coverage than for people who buy it on the open market.
Best - nothing special. Worst - 20-30% premium increase hike every year
Health Insurance is extremely affordable because Intermountain is an integrated system with Select Health. Everyone is moving to high deductible plans, and mine is wildly affordable, somewhere around $30 a month for my family of 5. I'm excited about their new paternity leave, and the pension program as well. They also provide a lot of perks and services as part of their benefits package, which was recently revamped to even include pet insurance.
Tuition reimbursement is great, it tops off at 2k a year UNLESS...you go into specific fields or degrees. Then they'll cover up to 3k with a 2 year commitment after completion of program or degree.
The PTO is above average. The Medical and Dental is also above average. The retirement is excellent if you plan on being with the company for a long time.
Intermountain Healthcare offers Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Pet Insurance as well as Prepaid Legal Assistance. The 401k and employee discounts are good.
Intermountain has a pension plan and 401k that they also contribute to up to 4%. They also offer packages that allow you to be aggressive or not aggressive in the market with the 401k option.
I have worked for 3 of the major healthcare providers and IHC was the most expensive with least coverage. They actually told employees that healthcare workers use it the most and that's why premiums are higher. 401k is average and PTO was average. If you want a company that takes care of employees, don't work here.
Being outsourced to DXC so you probably won't get any of Intermountain's benefits
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.