323 employees reported this benefit
Health insurance is offered to eligible Rite Aid employees.
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Competitive compared to other pharmacy retail chains but don't get seriously ill because after 90 days of leave you will be terminated and need to reapply for your job.
Thus far, the health insurance plan has been good. I've had no trouble accessing doctors, my premiums are lower than most of my peers, and over the past 5 years, nearly all of my care has been co-pay free, or under $20. I opted for the bigger cost share on larger procedures and there's the option to use a health savings account to cover deductibles.
Health Care was like most health care offered by companies now poor quality and high cost.
No copays at Dcotors' visits.
Anthem or Kaiser. comprehensive coverage. visits are covered. ambulance and hospital is only partially.
There are 3 options to fit needs of employees and their families.
Employee cost goes up each year but several choices
Health insurance is ok but very expensive for a family plan.
Under the union, the copays are zero but in order to even qualify you need to meet a certain amount of averaged hours weekly which is not beneficial to those holding part time positions
they have only 2 health plans. they both have options to include employee only, family and when you don't go to doctor often , you lose money