Showing 1–10 of 13 comments
“Standard HMO for Health First ”
Good variety of different types of benefit programs. Retirement plan does have a 3 year vesting schedule for the match but is a solid plan. They are investing in you for the long term.
PTO and sick time all included togetherd
Multiple options for multiple situations
The health insurance is done in house and is basically the same as being uninsured. It covers very few providers and the deductibles are outrageous. There were many times that providers I tried to run that insurance through thought it was fake. You accrue PDO (paid days off) at a percentage of your hours worked based on the number of years with the company.
The worst thing is the amount you have to pay for family package and that you have $5,000 deductible
Non patient care area employees are required to take an additional day off for every recognized holiday. If you are in your first 90 days or not there long enough to have acquired much PTO you have to take it at no pay. When you leave they are not subject to COBRA laws because of their religious affiliation. They use a company that lolligags for a couple of weeks so that when you make the first payment (over $1000) it covers time that is already past. The people at that company are not friendly and have to be asked the same question repeatedly because they answer questions evasively, such as what period of time does the premium cover. Health benefits don't pay very well but the prescription benefit is decent. Lab work can only be done at their facility and it is expensive.
High deductible makes it difficult to utilize hospital services.
their benefits suck; worst health insurance.
Employer does not offer good compensation package and does not make good on what they promise.
It's not a great health insurance plan so I would advise going under your spouse's health care plan if able.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
Legend:Employer VerifiedNo Data