Cornerstone OnDemand Health Insurance

67 employees reported this benefit
Updated Aug 11, 2014
18 Ratings

Employer Summary

Cornerstone employees receive 100% employer-paid health insurance. We cover up to 85% of the cost for Spouse, Child & Family Coverage.

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Employee Comments

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Nov 18, 2019
Current Employee

The plan has a high deductible, and if your spouse is eligible to get insurance through their own employment, you have to pay a substantial amount more.

Feb 21, 2019
Former Employee

Health insurance with Blue Shield network

Nov 7, 2018
Former Employee

The price increased each year, and the coverage changed year over year. It was a challenge to keep up with.

Mar 24, 2018
Former Principal Software Engineer in Santa Monica, California

premium for ppo is high. FSA and HSAs are decent.

Dec 7, 2017
Former Employee

Still better than many companies, but certainly not anything stellar. Costs have gone up and they essentially forced people to go onto a Kaiser HMO in CA only or HSA plan for CA and elsewhere. There is a PPO but it’s insainly expensive. They are going to charge spouses with other insurance options an additional $200 per pay period to stay on the plan starting soon. They do offer to pay most out of pocket costs if you go on a spouse’s insurance. There is some money for the HSA account if you take that option.

Feb 22, 2017
Current Employee

We used to have PPO premiums covered! Now it's over $70 a month for a single person! Definitely very dissatisfied with this "perk".

Jan 3, 2017
Former Employee

fair plan at a reasonable cost. No complaints about their health offering.

Dec 21, 2016
Current Employee

Cornerstone OnDemand used to have great health insurance plans where the company covered the premiums for your HMO or PPO plans. Now the premiums have increased to the point where I know many employees are ditching the PPO plan. As an employee in previous years, we used to not have to cover any of the premium cost. But now it's about $50 a month for HMO and $150 a month for a PPO plan as a single person. Still not bad, but it used to be covered.

Dec 14, 2016
Current Employee

Three options (one for instate and two for out of state

Dec 12, 2016
Former Client Success Manager in Santa Monica, California

just average insurance a bit pricey

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