They require you to take 5 consecutive vacation days.
It was really, really good, but they decreased coverage and increased everything that you had to do to get the coverage like little quizzes and mandatory physicals.
Too expensive and not lot of options
Best thing is that it is simplified. Cannot screw up when choosing a plan.
expensive, but has a lot of options
Fifth Third Health Insurance is acceptable in terms of both coverage and pricing, not exceptional for the industry, but are acceptable.
Best things about their insurance offerings was that you could choose an affordable plan, either from a PPO or HMO
I worked from 2007 to 2012 and was happy with the benefits. Things may have changed due to government regulation since 2012
It's an HSA plan with a $250 company contribution and 2-3% of your salary added to your paycheck if you meet certain health goals.
There is a $400.00 deductible and if your spouse's employer offers health insurance, you have to pay $50.00 more per pay period in addition to what you already pay for your spouse's premium on Fifth Third's plan, simply to allow them to remain on Fifth Third's health insurance.