Through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU-Pathway employees have access to fair compensation and benefits designed to bless the lives of all employees and their families. Our benefits package for full-time, benefited employees offers salary, employee assistance, insurance, retirement, and more.
Full-time, benefited employees are offered health, dental, vision, and life insurance benefits, administered through DMBA. BYU-Pathway pays the majority of the premium for health insurance coverage, significantly reducing the cost for employees. In addition, most plans have no deductible when using in-network providers.
DMBA also offers supplemental group term life or 24-hour accidental death and dismemberment insurance at low rates.
401(k) Thrift Savings Plan
Eligible employees can contribute a percentage of their gross income each pay period on a before-tax or after-tax basis. BYU-Pathway will contribute to the plan whether or not an employee participates, and will match employee contributions of up to 4%.
At BYU-Pathway, full-time employees receive paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave, which includes 13 paid holidays annually. The organization also offers eligible employees up to six weeks of paid medical maternity leave and five consecutive days of parental leave.
BYU-Pathway encourages its employees and their families to develop both professionally and personally by obtaining education.
BYU-Pathway offers employees and their immediate family a tuition waiver benefit for undergraduate courses. Employees are eligible for a waiver for BYU-Idaho online courses immediately after hire. After one year of full-time service, spouses are eligible for a waiver for BYU-Idaho online courses; dependents are eligible for a half tuition waiver at a CES entity.
Full-time employees are eligible to receive a tuition waiver of up to six credits per semester.
After a BYU-Pathway employee has completed one year of full-time service, a spouse becomes eligible to receive a tuition waiver of up to 21 credits per semester for BYU-Idaho online courses. This will continue each semester as long as the employee works full time for BYU-Pathway.
After a BYU-Pathway employee has completed one year of full-time service, dependent children of employees become eligible for a half-tuition waiver. This tuition waiver can be used at any CES institution for undergraduate courses.
Higher Education Assistance Program
The Higher Education Assistance (HEA) program helps employees obtain advanced degrees from accredited universities. Per credit tuition costs and part-time graduate fees are eligible for reimbursement.
- Financial planning
- Health and wellness programs
- Mental and emotional health services
- Reduced-cost cell phone plans
- Relocation stipend
- Discounts at businesses and on public transportation