160 employees reported this benefit
Three different plans to choose from in varying price ranges to accommodate all employee levels, including varying premium and deductible amounts.
It was ok not the best
Had two choices of plans. High and low deductible
The benefit options are reasonably priced, though I can see how a high-deductible HSA plan might not be the best for everyone. Your mileage may vary.
Health Insurance offered is somewhat more expensive, and somewhat less generous than other large companies
Excellent coverage options, including health savings account and flexible spending account
overall benefits are not that bad, but the health insurance sucks
overall, health insurance is decent, there is no Kaiser anyway
Health Insurance options are expensive
The premiums are reasonable, but the traditional PPO is shockingly expensive to use considering how profitable this firm is. I've had way better, both in consulting and in the Fortune 500. There are no co-pays on the traditional PPO. Even doctor appointments count against the deductible. Going to the doctor for a cold or the flu? You'll pay for the entire office visit if you haven't met the deductible, which every year seems to creep up. Then when you couple this with the fact that the firm has been gradually reducing bonus programs and other cash benefits in the last couple of years, which are not rich to begin with (again I've had way better), a less flattering picture of RSM emerges.