Good benefits, low premiums for medical insurance and lots of options. Great matching program, 6% for the retirement plan.
Good health insurance. Benefits are easily accessible.
The health insurance co-payment was low
worst thing ,Hr is not Transparent Good thing- supportive and friendly team and supervisor
Overlake provides great health insurance, 401K and options for flex spending. They also provide ORCA cards for employees, free parking and multiple options for recreational activities at a discount, for example, movie tickets, ski passes, gym memberships, etc. They have a generous program for paid time off and sick leave.
Bus pass is free as long you use 75% of time. For families the health insurance is high
The health insurance has met all my needs and can help cover spouse and children. The PTO accrues quickly and has been easy for me to use.
So the best thing about the benefit program is that if you go see overlake provider your copay is waved. There is no HSA plan. Only premera and Kaiser health plans. I forget which of the two has the fsa option. Delta for dental coverage. So those of you who have spouses if you want to carry your spouse as coinsured or if they are working and opt out of their own insurance and added to yours then there is a subcharged fee. Subcharged fee is not added if your partner has do not have access to health care. Inquire about this because this is a big deal for you married/donestic partner folks out there. Ladies of child bearing age please keep in mind maternity leave is UNPAID and you have to use your PTO to cover your leave. Of course FMLA is an option but its unpaid One thing that irked me is that they have benefit reviews i guess there is a policy if you have 3 unschedule absence with 6 month period they review whether or not you get to keep your benefits. Please ask about this as this is what I understood for hr. They have a 403b plan instead of 401k. Dont really know the details of this other than they add their portion at the end of the year. Tution assistance from what I understand is somef kind a fund you can place money into in order to get credits at a lower cost. Overall benefit wise it is not the best company. Actually the benefits kind of suck compared to Virginia mason, UW etc. Coupled with the lower pay this company doesnt have much to offer as its competition.
They have a "cash account" that they pay into after you have been there 5 years. This is deposited into a 403b account which the employee also puts into and it is matched up to a small percentage. If you stay there a good number of years, this can be a nice sum of s is a good benefit. Best
Good health insurance options. If you get your care at Overlake, you receive a significant discount.
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