The best thing about Intermountain is the generous benefits package this package combined with pay makes Intermountain's compensation comparable to other employers in state
No one offers a better retirement package. 401K in addition to a pension? Amazing
Benefits are ok but not very progressive. Health insurance cost continues to increase each year. Pension plus 401k is great.
I appreciated the following benefits: medical & dental insurance, life insurance, short term disability, PTO, legal plan, tuition reimbursement, 401k match, HSA match, pension, employee discounts including cell phone, rental cars, local fast food, annual raises, thank you bonus, employee appreciation gifts, shift differentials, bereavement pay, and paid holidays
They basically own Select Health so their insurance packages are with them. Yet their premiums continue to go up, and their coverage is decent at best. Year end bonus is a joke, $375 for working 1700 hrs during the year, and they are wanting to get rid of the bonus entirely in future years.
The premiums for part time are outrageous. For someone who doesn't cause overtime when they pick up a shift they sure don't compensate very well.
Average. Some of it is better than average (pension), some worse, most about the same as what else is out there.
Grotesquely average benefits! Very traditional overall with some better and worse than average.
Cheap Healthcare benefits ($80 for a $3k deductible family plan with employer contributed HSA) pension plan
4% 401k match, pension and $1500/yr HDHP employer match. Overall the benefits are quite reasonable with a good network of doctors, clinics and health care providers throughout the state of Utah.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.