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US Postal Service Health Insurance
This article is about US Postal Service Health Insurance in US
United States Postal Service employees receive health insurance benefits, including a choice of American Postal Worker Union health insurance plans and flexible spending accounts.
This information about the Health Insurance benefit at US Postal Service is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of US Postal Service. The description here may not reflect the current US Postal Service Health Insurance benefit.
- US Postal Service Oct 11, 2014
Lots of programs to choose from. Confusing documentation makes it difficult, some plans require union membership (just know that up front, it's not a bad thing but will add the union dues to your expense for the insurance.)
- US Postal Service Oct 8, 2014
Only one choice as a CCA. $50/pay period. Limited information available before the sign up deadline.
- US Postal Service Oct 3, 2014
this is too expensive not much coverage
- US Postal Service Sep 22, 2014
health care prices keep going up
- US Postal Service Sep 14, 2014
GEHA, but you have many choices of health insurance companies via the FEHBP.
- US Postal Service Sep 13, 2014
I like their benefits a lot because I have health insurance that I have a little bit of my salary paid towards getting health insurance.
- US Postal Service Sep 12, 2014
Good health insurance package, but it is based on whom a person chooses.
- US Postal Service Aug 29, 2014
Best: still affordable for yourself (expensive for family)
Worst: No dental or vision coverage
- US Postal Service Aug 28, 2014
The price goes up and up and up...
- US Postal Service Aug 6, 2014
Costs were low payout was high