HUB provides a comprehensive benefits package, which includes the core medical, dental, vision coverage as well as opportunity to participate in their wellness program for wellness credit to be applied to your medical premium. However, you must sign a tobacco affidavit and pass a wellness screening or participate in a wellness program to receive the wellness credit.
This company puts better packages together for their clients than they do for their own employees. A company this size should be leading by example and offer a better benefit package to their staff; it is their own industry and they are supposed to be a leader! Doesn't make a lot of sense...
Medical insurance is ridiculously expensive. if you need to provide coverage for a family, good luck. As large as this company is, they only match a measly 3% to your 401K and to make it more annoying, they changed the policy to now hold your 401K hostage for an entire year. If you are not employed by the company on the very last day of the year, then you do not get the 12 months of that matching incentive. So, if you're planning on leaving the company, leave ASAP, that way your 401K is worth it. God forbid if you have to relocate due to a spouse's employment or have to leave for whatever other unexpected reason, the benefit of 401K matching ONLY applies if you are a current employee on December 31.
Should be better for a company so heavily involved in benefits
They are good, better than anything out there
medical insurance is ridiculously expensive.
They provide several options for our benefits plan, match 401k contributions and offer all the extra benefits you don't find everywhere else.
Our regional president is very caring and wants to make sure his staff is well provided for and happy. He understands that happy employees are the most dedicated employees. It also helps the bottom line!
They offer incentive fro your improved wellness
The COBRA cost for an HSA plan was $600+. The life insurance was tied to your income so I qualified for less than I had with a small local brokerage firm. When I left, I found out the life insurance was converted to whole life. Can you say a 'whole' lot more expensive? Can a firm that sells employee benefits really say they don't know any better?
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.