Heartland Payment Systems Health Insurance

87 employees reported this benefit
Updated Apr 15, 2015
29 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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May 20, 2016
Former Senior Product Advisor in Chicago, Illinois

The deductible is so high and the premium is so large I think you might be better off going to the exchange. You also will pay a higher premium for your corporate health insurance if you are in sales on straight commission that the employees that are on salary do (which includes management and operations). When I asked HR why that was the case they said "It was due to the fact that straight commission Sales People make too much money at Heartland and the Founder Bob Carr felt it was only fair that Sales people (most of which are really starving at Heartland) should pick up a little more of the premium costs to help pay for the lower premium the back office people pay." Let me tell you how much that warmed the wife's heart to hear that part of my increased premium was going to the downtrodden management and operations people so that they didn't have to pay as much premium for the same health benefits that I had.

Jan 25, 2016
Current Relationship Manager in Hartford, Connecticut

Typical commission sales health insurance with big deductible.

Dec 18, 2015
Current Employee

I have had better coverage and a better price, but it is far better than getting coverage outside of Heartland on your own.

Dec 9, 2015
Current rm in Jacksonville, Florida

great benefit with dental and vision

Nov 19, 2015
Current Employee

Three plans to choose from. Low cost

Nov 9, 2015
Former Relatioship Manager in Dallas, Texas

it is there when you need it!

Oct 24, 2015
Current Relationship Manager in Columbus, Ohio

HIGH deductible, not accepted everywhere, comes out of checks weekly, just okay, but better than nothing

Sep 12, 2015
Former Employee

1. All full time Administrative employees are eligible for medical benefits on their first day of employment with Heartland. 2. Employees are responsible for a portion of the monthly premium: Employee only - $38.00 per pay; Employee & Spouse - $78.66 per pay; Employee & Child - $64.60 per pay; Family - $98.81 per pay. 3. The annual deductible for single employee coverage is $1500. The annual deductible for employees plus one or more dependents is $3000. 4. Out of pocket maximum: $3000 for single/$6000 for family 5. Dental: Employee only - $2.40 per pay; Employee & Spouse - $5.08 per pay; Employee & Child - $4.07 per pay; Family - $6.44 per pay 6. Vision: Employee only - $3.34 per pay; Employee & Spouse - $6.77 per pay; Employee & Child - $7.09 per pay; Family - $8.96 per pay 7. HSA: The company will contribute $600 for single employees and $1200 for employees with one or more dependents in this account

Sep 4, 2015
Former Relationship Manager in Atlanta, Georgia

It is better to get health insurance outside of Heartland.

Sep 1, 2015
Former Employee

you pay for everything so they really provide you with nothing!

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