6% 401k match, undergrad student loan reimbursement ($2k a year up to $10k max over 5 years), grad school reimbursement (80% of tuition up to $5k/yr), free or discounted health insurance (depending on yearly health testing & single/family status), $200 fitness spending account
good health insurance coverage 401 k cafe well program
Lousy in network selection, high deductible, high monthly cost, poor coverage...can't think of one redeeming thing about it. You would think working for an insurance company that you might get a decent health package, but you would be wrong.
The benefits are pretty typical
the best thing was the flexibility and work from home package
The health insurance premiums are outrageously high for an insurance company employee. They attempt to help with the costs by allowing you to document your 'fitness' for reimbursements of up to $1000 for family and $500 for individuals. No pensions since 2011.
The best thing about Aetna's benefit package is the 100% tuition with the enhanced benefits
Time off is average. 401K plan is good. Sick day is restricted. Health insurance is average.
Good is drug cost, Bad is waiting 90 days for insurance
Medical insurance coverage. Dental sucks
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