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“You have to pay a #30/mo penalty for not complying with their health insurance program”
“They pay 401K once a year. If you leave the company mid-year you get NO matching. This is a terrible plan set up to save them $ at your expense. ”
“10% which covers the tax”
Not really sure if it would be considered a "worst" thing, but there are only 3 medical insurance options through BCBS. The lowest tier is almost 3 times more than at my previous employer, but the coverage is probably better.
Decent healthcare, good 401k match. Small to no bonuses.
The best is Health, 401 and vacation
Benefits packages differ from hourly to salaried employees. Overall I thought the benefits package was as good as other companies of similar size.
Too expensive and would prefer co pay opps
The benefits package is expensive and not that great, with very high deductibles for all plans. Hourly employees have to wait 90 days for benefits but salaried employees are set from day 1.
You receive health, dental, eye insurance, 401K, and holidays off. But have to work 1 year to get 1 week of vacation.
Cost too much. High copay. No HMO. Non generic drugs are $70. Good set of benefits to choose from. HR people are responsive and helpful.
Good basic choices. Health insurance co-pay is too high. Generic drugs went up to $70. PTO is good. 5% discount in stores.
I have had Health Insurance since I started 8 years ago. Right now it seems I only have Life Ins. and Dental. Why?
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