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“Great healthcare plans to fit everyone’s needs and finances. ”
“Accrual is less than adequate until you have reached the 10 year mark. ”
In network has minimum out of pocket costs
Minimal Education Reimbursement. Only covers the cost of 1-2 graduate courses a year
Great benefit but it’s expensive
fair benefits package, no cons
Great coworkers, time off accrual rate insufficient.
Decent Benefits package , one of the only grid things about this company
best is professional development and tuition reimbursement. also dependent care accounts. worst is no paid holidays you have to use your PTO which is currently 200hrs which includes vacation and sick time.
3 weeks vacation, full medical and dental, retirement plan not matched until 1 year of employment then 3% match there after
There were no bad aspects to the various healthcare plans offered by Cooper. There was a plan for everyone, plus they held Health Fairs during the year where you could ask questions in order to make sound decisions re what healthcare option was best for you and or your family.
Pros- Not super expensive, about $400/month for myself and spouse Cons- Can only add spouse if their employer does not offer - High co-pays on all plans
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