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Old 11-09-2009, 11:25 AM
 
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We are looking at relocating to Salt Lake and I am thinking of applying for a job at Primary Children's. Can anyone help me with specifics regarding benefits? Cost for families for health/dental/vision? Good place to work? Vacation benefits for new employees - accrual rate per year, etc?

I hate to even waste anyone's time if the benefits are not great then I won't even apply.

thanks!
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Old 11-12-2009, 06:28 AM
 
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I do not work there but my Aunt does. She says the insurance costs are high (she pays over $ 200 a paycheck for family), no more than the usual days off, etc. But this is from their website about benefits:
**Full-time employees accrue up to 25 days of paid time off per year starting on the first day of work for vacation, holidays, short-term illness, and personal business.
**Employees who are age 21 or older can save a percentage of their pre- and/or after-tax earnings toward retirement beginning on their first day of employment. Then, beginning on the January 1 or July 1 after one year of employment, Intermountain will begin matching* contributions up to 4% of your earnings based on the table to the left.
**Intermountain offers Basic Life insurance of $50,000. Basic Life family coverage is also available.
**Intermountain’s health insurance plans (SelectCare, SelectCare Plus, SelectMed and SelectMed
Plus) provide a broad range of services through a network of participating physicians, hospitals
and urgent care facilities.


Depending on your job there may be other benefits.
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Old 11-12-2009, 07:55 AM
 
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Default Thank you I did not see that specific info (m)

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I do not work there but my Aunt does. She says the insurance costs are high (she pays over $ 200 a paycheck for family), no more than the usual days off, etc. But this is from their website about benefits:
**Full-time employees accrue up to 25 days of paid time off per year starting on the first day of work for vacation, holidays, short-term illness, and personal business.
**Employees who are age 21 or older can save a percentage of their pre- and/or after-tax earnings toward retirement beginning on their first day of employment. Then, beginning on the January 1 or July 1 after one year of employment, Intermountain will begin matching* contributions up to 4% of your earnings based on the table to the left.
**Intermountain offers Basic Life insurance of $50,000. Basic Life family coverage is also available.
**Intermountain’s health insurance plans (SelectCare, SelectCare Plus, SelectMed and SelectMed
Plus) provide a broad range of services through a network of participating physicians, hospitals
and urgent care facilities.


Depending on your job there may be other benefits.
I had been to the website but somehow didn't see the specific info. Over $200 is high for a family - I guess it all depends on the employer, mine right now only costs me $120 a month for all of us for health/dental and vision. I'll definitely have to take that into account.

Thanks again!
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