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“There's an extremely high deductible and co pay... ”
“They don't allow you to start participating in the 401k program until you have reached 90 days. After that they don't match until you reached a certain amount first. ”
“They don't pay for sick. Even if you are salary. If you call in sick they do not pay you out. They make sure they don't pay if you are sick.”
decent PTO after 4 years you get extra 5 days
Both the 401k and overall health insurance was very good. Not much that wasn't covered. The 401k match was excellent!!
The have the health savings account program which comes in handy when you need an emergency doctors visit or medications.
It’s nice to have medical coverage, but the coverage we have is specifically named “high deductible”. It lives up to its name.
Standard 401(k) match, HSA if I remember correctly.
This company offers a full benefit package to its full time employees
High deductible; none of my doctors are in the network; I really like the HSA plan
You must become full time to receive any form of benefits. Becoming a full time employee is the hardest part.
The deductible is high but not the highest out there. You only have one choice for a health plan. There are NO tiers of coverage. It’s “one-size-fits-all” insurance. You have to spend $4000 (for a family/employee plus child) before you get any of the medical coverage to kick in and even then, it’s just not great. This is a good plan for someone who doesn’t really have health issues.
Awful benefits and no help.
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