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An overview of our benefits package

We offer a comprehensive set of benefits to regular (non-temporary) employees who work a minimum of 24 hours per week. In general, benefits coverage starts on the first of the month following the date of hire. If an employee starts on the first of the month, then coverage begins immediately.

Health

Medical

Coverage is through Kaiser Permanente, and includes access to both Kaiser Permanente providers and an extensive array of “in-network” providers through three provider access networks: Access PPO, First Choice Health, and First Health. Premiums are covered at 100 percent for employees and dependents (age 0-20), and 50 percent for dependents (age 21-25) and partners/spouses.

The plan (Access PPO VisitsPlus Platinum LX 250) has a $250 per individual/$500 per family annual deductible and a $2,500 per individual/$5,000 per family annual out-of-pocket maximum.

Limited vision coverage is provided as part of the medical plan. Coverage includes a $100 annual allowance for glasses or contacts.

Dental

Coverage is through Delta Dental. Premiums are covered at 100 percent for employees and dependents, and 50 percent for partners/spouses. The plan covers 100 percent of diagnostic and preventative care, 80 percent of basic and restorative procedures, and 50 percent of major procedures. The plan has a $50 annual deductible and a $1,500 annual maximum benefit.

Paid Family and Medical Leave

Employees are eligible for 12 to 18 weeks of paid leave (up to $3,000 per week) in the event of a serious health condition; the birth, adoption, placement of a child; or to care for a family member who is experiencing a serious health condition.

Eligibility begins after an employee completes 340 hours of service.

Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

The Healthcare FSA allows employees to set aside up to $3,050 a year in pre-tax income to cover medical, vision, dental, and other approved expenses.

Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

The Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) allows employees to set aside up to $5,000 in pre-tax income to pay for out-of-pocket day care or dependent care expenses.

Financial Security

Retirement Plans

Employees receive immediately vested 401(k) retirement contributions of up to 10 percent of earnings (a 7 percent automatic contribution and a match of up to 3 percent), subject to IRS limits.

Certain employees with earnings in excess of 401(k) compensation limits will receive an annual contribution to the Foundation’s 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan. The annual contribution is 10 percent of eligible compensation, subject to IRS limits.

Eligibility for these plans begins on the 1st of the month following four months of consecutive service.

Financial Planning

Employees and partners/spouses (if applicable) are eligible to meet with a financial planner to discuss short and long-term financial goals. Employees are eligible after one year of employment.

Long-term Disability

Employees are eligible for long-term disability insurance that can replace up to 60 percent of income (with limits) to age 65 for qualifying disabilities.

Life Insurance

Employees receive accidental death or dismemberment coverage of $50,000 (with an option to purchase additional coverage).

Long Term Care (LTC)

Employees receive a $40,000 Universal Life policy with an LTC rider (with an option to purchase additional coverage).

Work/Life Engagement

Paid Time Off

Employees receive combined paid time off (PTO) of 29 days per year, which includes vacation, sick leave, personal days, and holidays. The office is closed five days per year coinciding with national holidays.

Year-end Office Closure

The office is closed every year from December 25 through January 1.

Sabbatical

Employees are eligible for a sabbatical opportunity of 12 weeks (eight weeks are paid) every six years.

Other Benefits

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The EAP is a free and confidential counseling program that helps employees address life issues, including financial entanglements, grief and loss, and other personal stressors.

Explore Washington

Employees have the opportunity to spend three days exploring a part of Washington state that is new to them. The foundation covers the cost of travel, meals, and lodging. 

Virtual Mental Health Services

Employees have unlimited access to virtual mental health services through Teladoc at no cost.

Professional Dues

Employees are reimbursed for professional dues and licenses (and related continuing education).

Growth and Development

The foundation provides frequent learning opportunities for all staff members. Employees also receive support for ongoing professional development opportunities (i.e., trainings and conferences) and an annual stipend of $500 for employee-selected personal or professional development.