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Clear View paid $500 quarterly into your HSA. Plans were sufficient, they are now on Cigna. I did lose some providers when this switch happened.
out of pocket cost towards deductible costly, not cheap, other insurances had like a 20 to 30 dollar office visit coverage cost, specialty visits even worse
Very expensive insurance premiums. Company contributes 50 cents to every $1 with a max of $1,000 per year. No sick days or vacation days. Personal time off accrual rate is extremely low. You have to use your personal time off for holidays which HR doesn’t bother to tell you about during interview or orientation. Benefits are terrible which is probably why it’s not covered thoroughly when offers are made or during orientation.
Costly, but it did help with medications
The company, along with their benefits are vague.
Good benefits. Can be expensive for a family. Best thing was that all benefits are offered
All the basics: health and life insurance, dental and vision. 401K. PTO (only 16 days per year with full time status).
Compared to other companies they don't acknowledge the stress nurses are under, poor PTO policy. They advertise benefits but we have never seen one. They don't give raises or evaluations, you only hear about any mistakes you've made.
Very standard benefits like any where else, nothing special.
The best thing is that Health Insurance was offered and given to you at the start of the closest full month (less than 2 weeks after I was hired), the worst is that everything else took 90 days to 6 months to kick in, depending on the quarter you started at. They company claimed they gave bonuses but no one had ever gotten one that I talked to
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