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“Like many places, it is affordable for one person, jumps dramatically higher at 2 people, and becomes absolutely ridiculous to cover a family. I think it's not the employer that is the problem here as much as the entire absurd system.”
“Roll over every year. Cash-out when you leave”
“there is no Pension Plan, we contribute mandatory 6% out of each pay check”
Cost about $1000 for family coverage Health, dental, vision, and STD, LTD ETC.
Family health care package is not cheap, especially if adding the spouse to the plan. Co-pays are high, too
Good benefits (retirement, health, dental, etc)
Best: Childcare reimbursement, Worst: High cost for medical insurance
For health insurance, given choice of HSA or traditional 80/20 or 70/30 plan. Sick time and vacation accrued on monthly basis and can carry unused time over to the next year.
Expensive, I still owe a lot of money after insurance pays
The pension is the best aspect of the benefits if you stick around followed by overly generous time off. Cost of medical for spousal coverage is the worst aspect.
Decent retirement, health insurance is not what it used to be. Can build a good amount of sick leave and roll it into retirement.
Employee-only coverage is affordable and comprehensive. There are also a lot of optional insurance coverages you may elect including insurances related to travel, injuries, or serious illness.
Great overtime comp-time set up, sick and vacation, good health plan and retirement
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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