the best thing is there is some form of health insurance, the worst is that it doesn't commensurate to the low compensation
The health insurance is as good as anywhere else it is offered. There is nothing that sets it apart from other companies.
Unless you live in california, you cant afford ot for the low pay they pay you.
It is available. It could cover more for what it cost. But is better than nothing.
It was good--copays were low for the Kaiser HMO, and the HRA gives you a 1000$ flex spending account. Considering how poor the rest of PS's system is, the healthcare is surprisingly good. It is INCREDIBLY expensive if you want to have your family covered though--far too expensive for a property level employee to afford.
It's great to have a company willing to work with you based on your income. This past year, when the rates increased for family policies, which affected so many working parents, they decided to pay the difference to the INS Company and keep the previous rate offered. Now that was big of them to do. I was happy for the employee’s it applied to. Sometime big wallets have even bigger hearts! :)
Health insurance was only good if you had a family. Didn't cover much forr single person.
You get 1k to start with after that you're responsible for the next 4k before they pay for anything else
Offered through Kaiser, gave us a card for $1,000 to pay for our copays and only paid $25 bi-monthly for coverage
Expensive health insurance. DMO dental which gives you limited coverage. If you don't get HMO health expect to pay 40% of your pay