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“Good deal, Kaiser is cheaper”
“This was due to my role there, and honestly this benefit is what kept me at HMSA. It's expensive to park in Honolulu and this probably saved me a couple hundred dollars a month.”
“Ok but you'll be overworked and struggling to take days off”
Partially subsidized family medical insurance, 401k (pension closed to new employees as of 2014), PTO,
Not a lot of vacation/sick time accrued in your first 3 years of employment. You end up taking leave w/o pay or using TDI which is not a protected leave and risk disciplinary action unless you’re covered by FMLA. Vacation time and sick leave time need to be separated and not be in one bucket. Our premiums for employees are high and we work for HMSA!
One perk is available Education Funds
Insurance, 401k, credit union, fitness center, you pay for your parking
Premiums are really high, and it continues to increase every year
Adequate offering of medical insurance; the dental insurance annual cap was raised from $1,000 to $1,500 which is still too low. Standard retirement offerings. They have YPT which is their PTO, and it is pretty limited for the first couple of years. Does increase after time but there is no time for medical appointments or floating holidays, which was surprising to me from previous experience.
being an insurance company, you'd think premiums would be better than other places, but they're not. parking wait list is >10 years.
I liked the 401k presentation upon hire. This was comprehensive and important, I like the fact they have an in-house credit union. I did pay over 100 dollars a month for single coverage health insurance (the cheapest one) and frankly all their talk about wellness and innovation is a sham. It doesn't apply to employees. There are mandatory blackout dates for 2 months for overtime and mandatory 7 day a week overtime that lasted 3 months. It was completely unrealistic.
The company matches your contribution to your 401K plan up to a certain percentage.
I wish I hadn't wasted 16 years of my life, missing my children grow up. For this thankless job
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