461 employees reported this benefit
As stated earlier, deductibles kept going up & dental coverage was no longer compensated by company.
Not bad, but not the best either
For a normal family this is the single worst insurance I have ever had, part of the reason I left the company. Not actually a benefit if it does nothing and cost an arm and a leg. No copays, no prescriptions and your deductible is about 7K$ per year. The insurance pays Zero until you meet that deductible so Doctors visits now cost 350$ instead of 25$ copay prescriptions that were 20$ copay per month are now 120$ per month and the monthly premium is as one of the highest I have ever had. The only redeeming things was their HSA is set up correctly. Never cared to use an HSA before because their terms were ridiculous to the point of not being usable. This one is nice and since our insurance didn't pay for anything ever we did have to start saving money to pay for basic care.
Higher deductible health insurance which is a product of the Affordable Care Act. Hopefully things will change with that and companies can give better insurance in the future.
High deductible plans with $3,000 deducible. Honeywell does not contribute towards the deductible, so employees need to save a lot towards HSA if there's a chance of needing to go to the doctor.
$8K family deductible along with premium roughly $600 per month.
Health care costs for employees have gone up since Obamacare. Next year they are adding a surcharge for overweight employees.
Expensive and they are cutting back every year. High deductible and poor doctor selection.
Health insurance premium is paid by the employee
High deductible, not much coverage. It seems to be getting even worse over time.