United healthcare PPO. About $300/month.
Standard Benefits. At first refused to give my same-sex spouse benefits.
Health insurance is good, but staff vacation days take a long time to earn.
There are ZERO benefits for working as one of the 900 adjuncts at Lindenwood. 80% of their Faculty receives ZERO benefits!
I wish there was childcare on-site and more flexible work from home options. The insurance coverage for individuals is good and not overly expensive, but can get pricey fast for a family.
Basics are offered and coverage options are decent, but premiums are not cheap.
At least 40% of my salary went to paying insurance premiums for my family and me. It saved us from being in debt when I gave birth to my first child, $20 copays weren't terrible, and I got a free TB test for my new job, but the coverage we were getting for what we paid for was awful.
The insurance package premium is a bit high but it's good coverage. Plus tuition benefits, 2 free meals a week, and free use of the gym.
No benefits, or commission. The salary is hourly based, and people get paid every two weeks.
Best thing is the Employee Assistance Program, which helps with all kinds of issues. The worst thing is the price of the health insurance, which is outrageous for anyone with a family of 3 or more.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.