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Health Benefits

  • Comprehensive medical, vision, and dental for employees, spouses / domestic partners, and dependent children. 
  • Medical benefits include coverage for infertility treatments.
  • Vision benefits include coverage for routine eye exams with allowances for lenses, frames or contact lenses.
  • Health Savings Account (HSA): Employer contribution to a health savings account for employees enrolled in the high-deductible medical plan.
  • Flexible Spending Accounts: Tax-advantaged accounts to pay for eligible health care (medical, dental, vision) expenses. 
  • Telemedicine: Access to medical, behavioral health, and nutrition providers through virtual visits.
  • Retiree Health Plan: Medical coverage for eligible retirees. Includes employee assistance program (EAP) coverage and access to Health Advocate services.
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Financial Benefits

  • Institution-paid retirement contribution between 10% and 20% of an employee’s salary  (up to the IRS maximum) to a 401(a) account for eligible employees.
  • Eligible employees can also contribute to a 403(b) voluntary savings retirement account (up to the IRS maximum).
  • Institution-paid life insurance equal to one-times an employee's annual salary and options to select supplemental life insurance up to $500,000.00.
  • Our partner, GreenSpring Advisors, provides resources to help employees create a roadmap to achieve financial goals, with on-demand access to a team of Certified Financial Planners and online resources, including access to 200+ videos, webinars, and articles.
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  • Winter break. Carnegie provides a paid holiday break the between December 24th and January 1st. 
  • Paid leave. Generous vacation, sick and holiday leave, including a “floating holiday” that can be used anytime during the year.
  • BurnAlong. Partnership with BurnAlong to provide virtual fitness options for employees and their friends and family at no cost to employees.
  • Lifestyle benefits that include commuter benefits; identity theft protection; Rosetta Stone and LinkedIn learning opportunities; and emergency assistance during business travel.
  • Voluntary insurance benefits. Optional life insurance and AD&D insurance, legal insurance, pet insurance, and discounted auto and home insurance.
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Other Perks

  • Education Assistance Program. Carnegie encourages employees to further their education by providing reimbursement for a portion of undergraduate or graduate degree school expenses.
  • TicketsatWork. Offers employees cost-free, exclusive travel and entertainment discounts with access to up to 50% savings on thousands of these experiences and provides employees offers on movies, hotels, shows, concerts, theme parks, sporting events and more.
  • Pet Insurance Discount.  Carnegie has partnered with Nationwide to provide employees with access to discounts on pet insurance with nose-to-tail coverage for everything from acupuncture to anal glands to ACL tears. 
  • Carnegie Retreat Properties. The Bush Retreats are Carnegie’s recreational facilities located in Deep Creek Lake, Maryland, and Inverness, California.  Employees can request use of these retreats, subject a user's fee and availability. 
  • Learning & Development Opportunities. Carnegie has partnered with two on-line learning platform leaders, LinkedIn Learning and Rosetta Stone®, to provide Carnegie employees with access to quality and engaging courses designed to enrich and inspire.