77 employees reported this benefit
American Family offers a variety of medical plans, allowing you to find one that meets the needs of you and your family. All full-time and some part-time employees are immediately eligible to enroll in a medical plan. You can enroll yourself and your dependents—a spouse, domestic partner and/or child(ren). And what's more, as a full-time employee (at least 30 hours per week), we pay 90 percent of your premium and 50 percent of the cost of your dependent coverage. As a part-time employee (25-30 hours per week), we pay 65 percent of your premium and 30 percent of your dependent premium. (Some HMOs require a higher contribution from you.)
The plan options vary depending on where you live. All plans offer comprehensive coverage including preventive care and prescription drug coverage. You can also choose a high-deductible health plan that offers a company-funded health savings account.
You receive insurance coverage from first day.
A little expensive when you add spouse and children.
There was no health insurance benefit offered to me, even though I was a salaried employee and the agent could CLEARLY afford it, flashing her family's money in everyone's face.
Several health care options to choose from means you can customize to your family's needs
Employee only benefits are nice. Expensive if you have a family or dependents on your coverage.
Benefits started from day one.
Several choices available at this compy
They had several HMO plans to choose from and being a large company, the cost to employees was less than at small companies. But it went up every year. It more than doubled in the 12 years I was there from a little over $200/month for family coverage to over $550/month. My salary during that same time period did not increase anywhere near that rate.
Illinois employees have terrible coverage.
Due to the size of the Company you do have the ability to choose between multiple health insurers. I wish more of my premium was covered, but it is pretty reasonable and I understand that it needs to be what it is.