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I was told by the Corporate office you get Medical benefits if you work for 12 consecutive months with a minimum of 20 or more hours per week.
Health Insurance only applies to the Full-time employees which can also be frustrating.
You must work full time
Cost vs benefit is ugly
I have not received my health insurance for working full time even though I am eligible, my employer was not very helpful with it.
It isn't very cheap but it is good coverage.
Directly billed from check was nice, pay ins were higher than industry average
I'm satisfied with the Health benefits they offer. But you have to be working full time to get the benefits and its not really possible to live off the one job alone to get the benefits.
It seems like a very good plan, on paper the price seems to be very appropriate for it.