I have a health condition...the plan is a high-deductible setup. So every year I have to meet the high-deductible before benefits kick in. After they next 9mths of the year the benefits are great (for me) but I think most people don't meet their deductible and end up pay out of pocket (or HSA) all year.
Annual deductible is too high for someone in reasonably good health (i.e. one or two visits to the doctor per year for colds, etc.)
High Deductible plan. Monthly cost is cheap, but out-of-pocket expenses can be over 5K.
Only offers the high deductible plan, has poor network coverage and poor mental health coverage, most likely for cost.. They self insure which raises privacy concerns.
It is very expensive, dental and vision are good.
Constanly have to refile paperwork for dependants
a terrible plan, most employees rely on spouse to work and have their insurance for the family.
The health plan is pretty expensive but very good for the services provided.
Premiums were too expensive compared to the benefits you receive. The deductibles were extremely high as well. Thankfully, I did not have to use the health insurance while I worked there. You also have to wait one month after your start date to be eligible for health insurance.
I never used any of their benefits but for a firm that sells insurance, I thought it could be better.