330 employees reported this benefit
Thomson Reuters offers health insurance for eligible employees.
Health insurance is decent coverage, but premiums are high. I guess you have to expect that today, but I know of people who pay half as much.
Great, top notch and covers all that a family of 5 would need.
Cigna Health Plus - 3 different plans. I chose $700 deductible, no co-pay for in-network treatment, $700 deductible, 20% co-pay out of network.
The premium costs were excellent, but the company changed every year
The in-network selection is slim and pretty much on the doc-in-a-box level. The deductible is on the high end for sure
No pharmacy within 30 minutes of my home is on network, nor were most of the healthcare providers I've used. It also got MUCH more expensive at the same time as the network shrank even further.
High premium and high deductible, could definitely be better.
Used to be a lot better.
Super expensive Honestly, I think I could buy better coverage for less if I bought directly
Compared to the health insurance I had in Europe, it's awful. Monthly contributions are 3 times what I paid; the deductible is $4k per year. So basically, you just throw tons of money out the window for basic care. And they have different companies handling the HSA accounts for medical and vision, then they switch from Aetna to Cigna. So you've got multiple plans and accounts, requiring a fair amount of admin and book-keeping just to stay on top of this. It's like a part-time job just to make sure you don't get screwed. And if you get the Silver or Gold plans, you either spend all the money you contribute or you lose it. It's health care speculation, pure gambling. TR has over 50k employees, you'd think they could leverage that to receive better terms for their workforce, but no, they take the cheapest route. Anything to cut costs and achieve greater "shareholder value." It's just that they've forgotten the actual people who generate that value -- the employees.