109 employees reported this benefit
The U of U contributes directly to a 401a account, an account which you can contribute directly to, regardless of whether you contribute to other retirement account.
Decent retirement plan with 3 different options. They also match your 401K with some conditional restrictions.
14.7% of salary is contributed to retirement by the university with no contribution required by the employee. Hard to beat that.
14% match and contribution
Amazing! who else gives 14%?
They give you 14% of your salary in a 401k account with out taking any money from your pay check.
You can contribute pre and post tax to multiple accts, hospital 6% plus 3% matching; University staff 14.2% (no matching)
The University contributes to your retirement plan while employed. If you are hired as an hourly employee you have the option of a hybrid retirement plan that is simlar to a pension.
I know you can save for retirement and usually one a year during employee appreciation day U reps will go over these benefits.
Both URS and other options for employees are excellent with matching contributions exceeding that of a number of large corporations.