103 employees reported this benefit
Garmin provides medical and pharmacy coverage as well as life and disability insurance to employees and their eligible family members.
Absolutely incredible. The HMO is so good. All I pay is copays -- no deductive, no coinsurance. It's so good that I hardly ever think about it (yes, I have a family, so we do use it a lot). My son has special needs, and the package covers 100% of his therapy. What a massive blessing. For most folks this is a major burden. The benefits at Garmin are so good that I don't pay any of it. I've heard folks say our CEO really strives to take care of us. I'd say it's working.
Good health insurance, did not use due to being seasonal.
Cheapest Insurance I have ever had. It was $52 a month with a $10 copay for dr visits.
Health insurance was great for a long time, but more recently spouses weren't allowed to get insurance (or paid 100% of the premium) if offered insurance at their employer. Employees paid 20% of insurance coverage. The insurance was very good overall.
Affordable and high-quality healthcare is offered.
It's possible to have a health plan with no premiums AND they contribute $1000 a year to your HSA AND they still cover preventative care 100% even before the deductible. Preventative: 2 dental visits a year, 1 doctor check-up a year, one optometrist appt per year, 1 pair of glasses lenses every year or two, and some other stuff.
Very good by today's standard as health insurance perks circle the drain. Blue Cross/Blue Shield HMO used to be free for salary employees. Now it costs a couple hundred a month for a family. Health Savings account for young/healthy/risk-takers
Best low cost healthcare programs but getting more expensive every year
The typical co-pay for their HMO is $10.00 for regular office visits, $25.00 for urgent care and $75.00 for emergency room visits.
Employees are having to pay increasingly more for health insurance