50 employees reported this benefit
I have seen better. They have an option for the PPO but its expensive.
Most people with working spouses rely on their spouse' health insurance due to the high copay/deductibles.
It's gotten worse after ACA
To get a no-deductible plan, the price is pretty high and the deductiblesame are also pretty high so that kind of sucks
Benefits are not consistent throughout the company.
About typical for other companies. They have a high deductible plan and a standard plan.
HDHP costs us 152 a pay period and has a 3k deductible. Worst insurance I ever had as an engineer.
Horrendous. HDCP with HSA is all but forced down your throat. The HDCP for family is about 150$/month premium with 6000$ OOP. Company adds 1,000$ to a HSA which of course has all kinds of restrictions, fees, etc. The PPO for family has such a high premium (nearly 600$/month) that it is almost not even an option no matter what medical situation someone is in. These HDCP w/ HSA is a racket.
Costs continue to rise as the company wants its employees to contribute more each year to the point where the employee has less net pay or the same net pay after the once a year pay increases.
I've see much worse, and I've seen better. It beats being on the ACA, but I have seen better insurance. We HAD better insurance years ago.