145 employees reported this benefit
UCSF employees are enrolled in the University of California Retirement Plan, as well as a Defined Benefit Retirement Plan.
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Retirement plan is good if you stay with them forever
A pension plan is available for employees who stay more than 5 years. There is no 401K matching plan.
This is just ok. It could be improved with more investment options outside UC managed funds. Also. There is no fund matching. Add this and the rating would go up at least an additional star.
Standard, but have planners available at all times to assist
Multiple plans to choose from and there is good educational support in choosing and using a plan
Retirement Plan is great in UCSF
There is a defined benefit pension plan, that accrues at a rate of 2% of final average salary (last three years) at age 65 after a 5 year vesting period.
They matched up to a certain percentage. Overall happy with their retirement options.
Its awesome after 10 years they pay 1/2 and 25 years they pay all
One of the last places, once you're vested at 5 years of full time employment, to get a "pension." Do it. Mostly do it for the retiree health benefits -- if you're planning to live beyond 60 years old. A pension is an amazing thing in this day and age -- all the millennials will make a lot of money early on, but will they save enough for retirement ... or cryogenics?