Good benefits and retirement plan Could do better with dental
The medical benefits are very affordable for an excellent plan. The retirement is banded to favor much older employees, so it's not ideal for someone who begins their career early.
Compensation is fair, based on market trends. PTO is not generous.
If you and your spouse are both employed full time and your spouse has the opportunity to receive benefits through their employer, Guthrie will charge a "spousal surcharge" each paycheck of $46+ simply because they have the opportunity to have their own insurance rather than being on a family plan with the Guthrie employee. If your spouse is unemployed, or does not have access to their own benefits, there is no $46 fee each pay check.
Best thing about insurance here is multi specialty doctors are covered, dental insurance. Worst is you cannot go to doctor outside of company if you needed to or would pay a lot out of pocket. Great getting a retirement plan and they match your donation to a certain percent. No vision insurance
Insurance goes up ever year only get cost of living raise but don't cover it otherwise not to bad
I was covered with all benefits from day one of hire, which was so much better than what I am being offered today on job searches.
The insurance is expensive. Pay is biweekly and $142 every 2 weeks was deducted for health insurance. And then only GUTHRIE providers are in network, and then on top of that we are charged a huge co-pay to see the doctor, at $15 per PCP and $20 for specialists. And prescriptions have an $8 copay PER med. they are charging us for health insurance- and are MAKING A PROFIT OFF OF US- it seems like a conflict of interest. They should have offered us free healthcare as a benefit- but they are way too stingy to do that.
Medical Benefits are top notch as long as you stay in network. 403b retirement matching is based on years of service
Very comprehensive benefits package. Included generous PTO, tuition assistance and bonus program.
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