Apria Healthcare is proud to offer a stable work environment. Along with a competitive salary and multiple incentives, each year employees have the opportunity to choose the healthcare benefits, wellness programs, retirement plans and work/life benefits that are right for them and their family.
We believe hard work is important, but we also know a balance is essential. These programs are designed to help each of our team members with their work and personal life:
Summary of Benefits
Apria has great pay and benefits. Paid vacation/holiday. Affordable medical/dental/vision plans.
Only 1 to choose from and the deductable is $4,000. Pharmacy benefits suck too. They do have other benefits but they only apply to employees that have been there for 4 years plus.
Not impressive, would only suggest for a single person ok
Health insurance is not very good
Having a high deductible health plan has made it impossible for me to seek treatment for my child. I simply cannot afford to spend $6000 a year in medical bills before the benefits even begin to kick in. I understand that several companies are going in this direction, but I would have hoped that a Healthcare company would value the health of its employees and ensure that health is a priority.
very high $4,000 ded not even worth paying $42.00 a month for
You do not get much time off ever.And the travel pay sux.
HORRIBLE insurance with a sky high deductible ($8,000), no 401k match. PTO was decent. Overall pay package about half of what I was offered elsewhere when I decided to move on.
The health benefits are expensive and really nothing to write home about. The best thing about the benefits package is the PTO, having an overall bank of time to draw from rather than sick/vacation time. However, they want you to schedule everything in advance so good luck being sick on the spot.
Apria has the worst health insurance possible. They don't do any commission on their refills which I thought was unfair.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.