25 employees reported this benefit
A range of Health Insurance options depending upon what is right for your family. You get $400 per month on top of your salary to pay for benefits like medical or you get to keep the $400. And the employer pays the vast majority of the EMPLOYEE cost. If you want to add your family it can get expensive but that is where the $400 per month comes in. But most single people are able to simply pocket the vast majority of the $400.00
Overall the employee coverage is good, but the cost for dependents is high. There is only one healthcare option for each service, and the options change in order to reduce costs. It is high maintenance to have to change companies yearly for dental insurance.
Health insurance is "market", not attractive on it's own.
Out of pocket costs seem high for pharmacy and emergency coverage. Otherwise, it's accepted many places--Regence.
100% employee covered plus 15% retirement
Excellent coverage including alt medicine, wellness program, full payment of employee costs, $400 contribution to spouse/significant other and family premiums, premium reduction for participation in wellness programs
Great for the first person. Expensive for family coverage.
15% employer contribution to my retirement (not a match) is unbeatable this day in age. My low deductible, low co-pay medical, dental and vision are 100% paid too! Having access to a free TriMet pass and free parking saves me hundreds every month - I couldn't be happier!