Walgreens Health Insurance
This article is about Walgreens Health Insurance in US
Walgreens employees who work 30+ hours per week can choose between two health insurance plans.
This information about the Health Insurance benefit at Walgreens is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of Walgreens. The description here may not reflect the current Walgreens Health Insurance benefit.
- Walgreens Nov 17, 2014
Required denial of auto enrollment costs $50/month for not certifying as non smoking
- Walgreens Nov 15, 2014
increase of cost to employer. more choices than before
- Walgreens Nov 10, 2014
The healt insurance is affordable and offers a reasonable selection.
- Walgreens Nov 7, 2014
Health insurance has gone downhill since obamacare
- Walgreens Nov 5, 2014
I was happy with the health insurance. naturally you need to pay something. It is not free as some may want it to be. But otherwise compared to others I was very happy about it.
- Walgreens Oct 24, 2014
It was great for me. I didn't use it a whole lot but it was very affordable. You only had to have an average of 32 hours per week to have it.
- Walgreens Oct 14, 2014
Very expensive for needed coverage if you have health issues
- Walgreens Oct 13, 2014
Coverage is not very good. you will end up paying a lot out of pocket.
- Walgreens Oct 10, 2014
Worst health ins plan of any employer I've ever worked at.
- Walgreens Oct 8, 2014
High High price, Company pays 25% of premium. You either have to pay $1500 deductible BEFORE the 80% kicks in or $1000/month health care.