the Benefits that were offered was great and somewhat affordable for all the employee's in the company.
Expensive and just switched .
Self insured a the insurance do not cover basing procedures
$1500 deductible. Then pays only 80% - other 20% is borne by employee up to the $4500 out of pocket cost. Self-insured, so if there's no money in that pot, the insurance is worthless. After mass layoff, it's not clear if COBRA would even be an option. Laid off employees could be throwing good money after bad. 401k matching only fully vesting after 5 years.
Program is fine if you are ok with a high ded. You have to figure it out yourself and admin can be a challenge but an ok program.
High deductible, but the HSA program helps
401 k matching, health insurance, hsa contributions same for all employees. Not just higher level perks. HR staff is friendly and open about benefits and questions.
Working for an insurance company that only offers two options. For a family is an extremely high deductible
Working for an insurance company that has poor health care benefits with very high deductibles
Salary and insurance benefits are competitive. Need more PTO days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.