Great Benefits: Employee discount, Retirement Plan, Generous Shift Differential.
Good insurance, good 401k matching
Great benefits; very comparable to other places.
This hospital has the best benefits package I have seen
The health benefits are the best I’ve seen. Compared to Intermountain hospital they are OUTSTANDING. They really take care of their employees. PTO is the best offered from surrounding hospitals as well.
Vacation/time off isn't the greatest
Thea health insurance is great but employees of the hospital/clinics have NO maternity leave unless they utilize short term disability which is only 50% of your pay for up to 6 weeks for a vaginal birth and 8 weeks for a c-section. If you've been there over a year then you can utilize FMLA but that is with NO pay. This is embarrassing for a health organization. IHC offers 3 months of 100% paid maternity leave. Unless you have a chunk of savings set aside you can literally not afford to have or adopt a child while working for the U hospital and clinics.
The University of Utah offers a wonderful benefit package. I appreciate the 6% automatic 401K contribution and a 3% match. Every 5 years you are at the U, you also get more PTO. Their health package is pretty decent, but I have to admit it isn't as good as the campus employees benefits. We are given options for short term disability, dental, life insurance, legal insurance, pet insurance, etc. They do a great job of taking care of their employees, the only reason they don't get 5 stars is because the campus employees get way better benefits than the healthcare providers.
Great healthcare benefits, 3% 401K match.
The health insurance was very competitive in rates and quality of care.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.