Lumen Enhanced Benefits
Our people are the heart of what we do, so we’ve designed our total rewards package to give choices. As technology is redefining the way we live and work, it’s also helping our people find the benefits that are right for them and their loved ones. Our plans are designed to help our people live a healthy life, manage finances, and support those who matter most.
CORE HEALTH BENEFITS
Medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision
Health and child-care spending accounts
Allows members to connect with leading medical experts for a 2nd opinion on all heathcare conditions
Virtual doctor visits for when going to a dr. office isn’t an option
WELL CONNECTED WELLNESS PROGRAM
Preventative care and rewards for making healthy choices
Company paid membership to Care.com and subsidies for certain types of back up care
Offers assistance to give a child under the age of 18 a permanent home
Offers mothers (including non-birth mothers) and fathers paid, approved time off for a new child
Pre-Paid Tuition or Tuition Reimbursement programs available
401(k) company match helps your money grow
Enjoy holidays with your family throughout the year
PAID AND FLEXIBLE TIME OFF
Generous paid and flexible time off policies allow our people the opportunity to refresh and recharge
Provides 6 months of continued pay and health coverage for an eligible survivor in the event of the employee’s passing
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“The health insurance packages are very comprehensive and affordable.”
“The 401K option is pretty standard, like you would see at other most other companies comparable to this one. ”
“3 weeks per year to begin more after t years”
They offer Bind health insurance which is on-demand.
Unlimited PTO for Management, Good Health Insurance Coverage and Options. Lacking in company perks and incentives.
I am reviewing benefits with the intention of focusing on the medical benefits which is the big one and very expensive for me personally. This year we were given 3 choices for our health insurance, two of those were CDHP's with HRA accounts or a HDHP plan with a HSA account. I have insurance for myself, spouse, and children. This is a CWA union position and the premiums I list are for a technican at top pay. Premiums are slightly lower for newer techs on lower wage steps. I list only the premiums for employee+spouse+family below. If you want to know the premiums for other coverage options as a rough percentage those rates: Employee only 20%, Employee+children 50%, and Employee+spouse 60% The "Premium" CDHP plan for employee+spouse+children has a $3000 Deductible/$6400 Out of Pocket Max and a $2000 employer funded HRA account with an employee premium of $651/month. The HRA money can only be used for medical expenses. Unused monies do carry over to the next year. However, if you leave the company or even just change medical plans during open enrollment, you lose that carried over money. I had this plan previously. In 2015 I was paying $140/Month for this plan. The "Standard" CDHP plan for employee+spouse+children has a $3000 Deductible/$6850 Out of Pocket Max and a $1000 employer funded HRA account with an employee premium of $486/month. The HDHP Plan for employee+spouse+children has $3000 Deductible/$6850 Out of Pocket Max and an employee premium of $373/month. This does let you fund your own HSA through payroll deductions pre-tax. You can then use that money to pay medical expenses as well as dental and vision expenses. I currently have this plan.
The affordability of it all
Flexible but medical requires mail in pharmacy and is much higher on some meds
Good health insurance. FTO for some employees
Good amount of time off, company match on 401k is good. Health insurance isn’t great.
Time off is ok in my opinion
PTO is good, as well as Paternity/Maternity leave.
The worst things is the high deductible plans. The best is that they have decent benefits otherwise and they did keep costs steady last year.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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