80 employees reported this benefit
BCBS; low cost; can get rebates for being healthy
Terrible benefits. They don't tell you with an HSA that you do not get all of the money up front like you do with an FSA. You get a certain amount each month. The only benefit of an HSA for National Grid is that it saves you tax dollars because it comes out pre-taxed (which is also a minuscule amount) Also as a management employee you get paid once a month on the 21st. Your benefits do not start until January 21st and you have to pay your doctor out of pocket and then get reimbursed! They claim a "well woman" visit is free once a year... what they don't tell you is it only covers the office charge. Any routine testing or urine cultures are not covered. I went in thinking it was going to be free and left with a $200 bill. It's understandable that not all companies can afford great health insurance, but you need to communicate with your employees.
Solid plans with BCBS
Great coverage, but generally high deductible
Plan options with good coverage and reasonable employee contributions
Used to be good, not anymore
average insurance package. insurance company was helpful in helping me understand when to cancel and when id need new insurance
Typical Health Insurance Plans with Below Average costs
The insurance offered are same as your normal options from most companies, cdhp, epi, recently took off epo as an option
Blue Cross Blue Shield - low employee cost.