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Would not pay for anything that might have been job related. Even if it was not on the job. The prescription plan was good and reasonable, but both plans would eat almost half of your check at the end.
The monthly premiums were very affordable, even after the Affordable Care Act went into effect. The PPO could be frustrating to work with, but there was the option to add doctors to the PPO so that was some consolation.
The premiums are expensive - $2000 annually - while the coverage is terrible. There is not much more to say about it as that sums it up.
Health insurance is not the best, no one has ever heard of it. It is expensive and does not cover much the person is better off under Obama care,
very expensive for family coverage
You know Guardsmark used to offer free health insurance to their employees until Obama Care, but I understand why they had to start charging for it, but it is still expensive to use it and I wouldn't consider it using Guardsmark. You are already making low pay so I would suggest just using the marketplace.
Very expensive to have. At such low wages you literally would have to hand over half your pay check
The health insurance didn't allow the employee to go to the doctor because it was 100% paid for by the employee on such a small hourly wage.
You have to spend more than you make, almost, before it kicks in.
High co-pay with a higher deductible. this company embraced the Obama Health Care law of screwing the lower paid American worker.