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Trinity Health Retirement Plan

84 employees reported this benefit

3.3
12 Ratings

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Feb 8, 2022
4.0
Current Pharmacist in Phila, PA, Pennsylvania

Completive matching towards retirement plan.

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Jan 26, 2022
5.0
Former Employee

Employee match is good for the 403b plan

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Jun 25, 2021
4.0
Current Registered Nurse in Hartford, CT, Connecticut

Options through Fidelity with company matches.

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Oct 11, 2019
5.0
Former Emergency Department RN in Philadelphia, PA, Pennsylvania

They offered a generous match for the amount that the employee puts into it.

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Apr 9, 2019
3.0
Former Mental Health Worker in Hartford, CT, Connecticut

The 401k was the only thing I knew.

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Nov 3, 2017
2.0
Former Customer Service Representative in Boise, ID, Idaho

I have no opinion on the retirement plan since I did not participate in it when i worked there

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Jan 2, 2017
5.0
Current Senior Systems Administrator in Novi, MI, Michigan

It's a 403b and pretty cool from what I remember they matched and everything.

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Sep 12, 2016
1.0
Current Business Office Coordinator in Grand Rapids, MI, Michigan

They don’t do matching but I guess there are options to have them invest it for your but that seems really risky.

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Aug 26, 2016
1.0
Former Employee

Agree with RN May 2nd comments. Between fees, few good choices in their plan (not a national Fidelity plan where there would be more choices and lower fees for being in the plan; I had Fidelity elsewhere and it is superior) and nothing close to a "3% at the start" match in the past two years where there was no match best to save on your own with an IRA plus. There might have been a match for management. Management gets bonuses and annual pay increases even when nurses and other staff do not. They even have a separate time for their annual reviews, after all are done for non-mgmt employees.

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May 2, 2016
1.0
Former Registered Nurse in Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan

Very disappointing. My recommendation is to opt out and contribute to your own personal IRA account. Years pass without any contributions from corporate and when they do...it is usually like 2.5-3%. Keep in mind, many companies offer 50-100% matching up to a set limit.

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