AIM was acquired by Addison Group and open enrollment is happening now. I am pleasantly surprised by the options. Staffing doesn't get the greatest packages from insurance companies because of the high volume turnover, but Addison's benefits are comprehensive and the deductibles...though still high...are affordable. I am paying a bit more, but I am also getting more, including orthodontia, which I appreciate.
As of Jan. 2018: If you have a spouse who cannot get their own insurance through work, you must be prepared to go through Affordable Care Act (Obama Care), not through AIM. If you select an HSA plan, you are required to find your own HSA provider, since they do not offer a provider. They do not provide other benefits that seem to be commonly provided by other companies (i.e. No Short Term or Long Term Disability coverage). They no longer offer Travel/Parking FSA.
They have decided that for the 2018 Benefits open enrollment period this month (Oct. 2017) that we will no longer be able to include our entire family on the health insurance policies.
The benefits are expensive but they do frequently have large social events. Price shop when you can.
The best thing is that it's comprehensive and that they offer 2 plans for medical, a High Deductible and a PPO.
They offer benefits, but they are terrible
No paid vacation for contract employees, even if long-term.
Can't think of anything good. Too expensive, lousy deductible. 1 year wait to be eligible for 401k, not good at all.
Very expensive for their "employee" who is a contractor at another company
Cost of benefits were high.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.