Thomson Reuters Health Insurance
This article is about Thomson Reuters Health Insurance in US
Thomson Reuters offers health insurance for eligible employees.
- Thomson Reuters Feb 24, 2015
Health insurance deductible was high, and I'm single! However, once it is met, you have a lot of options for healthcare without needed a referral. But switching providers every other year is burdensome.
- Thomson Reuters Feb 21, 2015
in line with other large employers (HSA, FSA, etc.)
- Thomson Reuters Feb 1, 2015
Just switched providers and with with Cigna. A lot of people had to change doctors offices, etc. One of my coworkers actually declined the coverage and bought a policy on the open market- which is really pretty pathetic for a company this size. They do offer fitness classes in the basement, but doesn't seem like there are other serious initiatives aimed at promoting company health (gym reimbursement is low/cumbersome), multiple cafeterias on campus offering extremely high calorie meals, etc.)
- Thomson Reuters Jan 24, 2015
Expensive but have both in network and out of network options.
- Thomson Reuters Jan 12, 2015
As with a lot of big company health benefits, Obamacare has changed the quality and amount of benefit you get.
- Thomson Reuters Jan 7, 2015
sucks. Out of pocket increased dramatically and no salary increase to compensate
- Thomson Reuters Jan 6, 2015
Not as good as other employers in the Twin Cities. The cost past along to employees (what they are responsible for) is more than what other employers have their employees pay for similar coverage in the Twin Cities
- Thomson Reuters Nov 6, 2014
Low deductibles. Good coverage and low out of pocket costs.
- Thomson Reuters Oct 20, 2014
As large as the company is, the plans are disappointing. High deductibles and co-insurance are understandable, if the premiums were actually kept in check. But employees pay a significant amount in premiums, even for the top tier plans (which still have high deductibles!).
- Thomson Reuters Sep 24, 2014
Not great but not the worst. Premiums are reasonably high (which employees have to pay) if you opt for the best plan (why wouldn't anybody not want the best plan)