Honeywell Health Insurance

2.11 out of 5 (20 comments)

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30 of 31 employees (96.77%) reported this benefit.

Employee Comments

  • Nov 21, 2014
    Current Mechanical Engineer in Redmond, Washington State

    The plans are now catastrophic and have high deductibles. Honeywell requires a blood draw each open enrollment period.

  • Nov 16, 2014
    Former Senior test engineer in Torrance, California

    Good up to par with the industry

  • Nov 14, 2014
    Former Employee in Morristown, New Jersey

    Continuing decline is quality of benefits. Poor customer service and too lean from HR to deal with issues. Expensive and pushing burden more on employees every year.

  • Nov 11, 2014
    Current Senior Engineer in Minneapolis, Minnesota

    The worst corporate plan I am aware of. HIgh deductible only.

  • Nov 5, 2014
    Current Employee in Redmond, Washington State

    Only two high-deductible plans available, virtually identical so no real choice is offered. Overall,, healthcare benefits are deteriorating rapidly over the past 3 years. Company HSA contributions for 2015 are only available to employees in lower salary bands, regardless of submission of biometrics. If biometrics are not submitted annually, a surcharge is applied, pulled straight out of paychecks. For someone not qualifying for HSA company contributions, this appears to be simply a "big brother" request for personal health info that does not serve a purpose, only a financial penalty (ie. financial benefit to company). A whopping tobacco surcharge is new for 2015 as well. Honeywell continues to chip away at the value they provide their employees, even instead of offering more expensive choices.

  • Oct 28, 2014
    Current Business Analyst in Golden Valley, Minnesota

    Very high deductible and does not cover many of the things I need health insurance for

  • Oct 26, 2014
    Current Project Engineer 2 in Torrance, California

    Premiums continue to go up every year, while deductibles also get larger and employer contributions smaller.

  • Oct 23, 2014

    High deductible plan ($3000 family) includes all non-preventative health care, prescriptions, hospitalizations, etc. 80/20 after that. This benefit and my dental will cost me around $500 a month in premiums. On this plan, My children's ADHD meds just went from affordable to 400 bucks a month.

  • Oct 22, 2014
    Current Product Design Engineer II in Glendale, Arizona

    Expensive and getting moreso. Management is beginning to penalize people for not participating while participation is getting more expensive every year. Benefits are being removed every year.

  • Oct 4, 2014
    Current Employee in Kansas City, Missouri

    As with most companies the out of pocket is rising over time

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