Salt Lake Behavioral Health offers its employees several medical plans that vary in cost, deductibles and what the total amount of an employee's maximum out-of-pocket medical expenses could be
INSURANCE & INCOME PROTECTION
Additional insurance gives employees the chance to help protect their families from financial problems should they die prematurely, or suffer a severe accident or injury.
By choosing supplemental life insurance, personal accident insurance, or short- or long-term disability, employees can rest easy knowing that if anything happens to them, their family can continue to live the lifestyle they are accustomed to living. Among the insurance and income protection plans available to UHS employees are:
Basic life insurance
Accidental death & dismemberment
Personal accident insurance
Supplemental life insurance
Dependent life insurance
UHS RETIREMENT SAVINGS PLAN
The UHS Retirement Savings Plan can help you plan and achieve your retirement goals. Joining the plan, which provides you with convenience, flexibility and excellent customer service, is an important step in preparing for the future. The UHS Retirement Savings Plan is administered by Fidelity Investment
Convenient payroll deductions.
Choice of investments.
No, Ryan Gosling is not a company benefit. But the nice glasses and vision coverage are! We offer coverage through a plan that has one of the largest networks of participating doctors and locations nationwide
Even a healthy person needs dental care. UHS offers two plans so employees can choose the one that best meets their needs.
EMPLOYEE STOCK PURCHASE PLAN
The UHS Employee Stock Purchase Plan gives you an easy, convenient way to share in the success of the company. You can purchase shares of UHS common stock through payroll deductions, if you meet eligibility requirements.
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) are optional plans that let you set aside your own pretax dollars to cover qualified medical, dental or vision expenses, or dependent day care expenses that you would normally pay with post-tax dollars. You pay no federal income or Social Security taxes on the money you place in these accounts. So, you lower your taxable income and pay lower taxes
Want to learn more? talk to Robyn Holsten, Human Resources Director