138 employees reported this benefit
Saks Fifth Avenue provides medical, pharmacy, and vision coverage as well as life and disability insurance to employees and their eligible family members. Flexible Spending Accounts are available to Saks Fifth Avenue employees for health care and dependent care expenses.
This information about the Health Insurance benefit at Saks Fifth Avenue is the result of research by Glassdoor editorial staff, and was not provided directly by a representative of Saks Fifth Avenue. The description here may not reflect the current Saks Fifth Avenue Health Insurance benefit.
expensive for the buying power one could expect from the company
The horrible health insurance is expensive .
Not the worst benefits the rates are moderate.
Nice benefits but difficult to use due to poor pay.
Really expensive. Like REALLY EXPENSIVE. I had to have a better plan due to medical problems and it was taking 30% of my check each week and still did not cover much.
The worst thing was the high monthly contribution in addition to having to pay hundreds of dollars to see a doctor each time because of the high deductible.
Horribly expensive since HBC bought out Saks. Many employees could no longer afford to keep their benefits with Saks.
Health insurance is expensive and an average HSA
High premiums and poor coverage.
They have the typical health insurance that other companies offer, They don't help with explaining it or walking new employees through what they offer they leave you in the dark about a lot of the policies.