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“We have two different networks to choose from. ”
“1.5% match.. a higher percentage match would be more beneficial. ”
“Kinda SUCKS. I know that’s not the most professional explanation, but it emulates the reaction I’ve had to the State’s vacation policy. You gets 4hrs PTO & 4hrs sick every two weeks. You also get interrogated as to its use, and are expected to save up 40-80hrs of each before using any time (which takes 6-10mo to do). Big thumbs down for their vacation policy.”
Leave allowance and sick leave accrued reasonable
State of Utah pays a lot of your medical and contributes a lot to your 401K.
Getting increased annual earnings the longer you work here. As I've been here 17 years, I get 6 hours a pay period. Tuition reimbursement is great, too
Pension plan is amazing
Wages were not great. Benefits were awesome.
Insurance is great and affordable. Not great maternity or paternity leave.
Great medical and dental benefits including HSA account. Remote work was available and very convenient.
It covers almost all essential medical, dental, and vision needs. However, it doesn’t cover some expenses that comes with having an autoimmune disorder.
The benefit package for a state job provides needed coverage for me and my spouse, including medical, dental and vision plans.
The worst thing is that every year, we have to fight for our current benefits with the legislature. They are always trying to take away benefits. If they take away benefits, they sometimes provide a cost of living increase to even it out. However, the employees still lose. Very low pay and dwindling benefits!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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