Good benefits. Bad company
There actually no benefits for contractors, and the whole team doesn't very happy working at there, or maybe only our team from what I've seen.
Competitive with much larger companies.
Very good health benefits coverage. Flexible work schedule and good PTO time.
Seattle is a competitive tech market, Caradigm needs to mark to market on benefits.
The healthcare insurance is horrible. I paid over $10,000 out of pocket expenses last year and received no premium benefit. The out of pocket deductible is very high. This is the worst healthcare insurance that I have every had.
Tuition reimbursement, vacation time, flexible work hours and working remotely are good. What isn't good is health insurance is HSA reimbursement at 1k for a family and deductible is 3k, high premiums and even then only covered at 90% after deductible is met.
Great benefits across the board.
Benefits started out great (options of PPO and HMO insurance) with a lot of Microsoft perks. Now it seems to have gone downhill. The medical options are HSA, and the deductibles are very high. Most of my medical providers are out-of-network, so I had a lot of out-of-pocket costs. Microsoft benefits disappeared about 6-9 months before Caradigm became solely owned by GE Healthcare. PTO is a perk because it's on the honor system.
Fairly standard - nothing special.
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