146 employees reported this benefit
United States Postal Service employees receive health insurance benefits, including a choice of American Postal Worker Union health insurance plans and flexible spending accounts.
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congress making it more expensive
Various plans. Meaning coverage varies. All have enrollment seasons and deductibles. Premiums are high and are pulled out twice a month.
Coupled with the horrible pay it is way to expensive for a City Carrier Assistant to afford.
Each year, you get to pick your health benefit(Blur Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna, etc.
Garbage plans. Great if you literally never get sick and have to use it.
Lots of choices fair cost.
You don't get it unless you are a full time employee
There is only one health insurance plan available, and it is priced more expensive than other plans.
Extremely high deductibles, in network care only, you never get a day off to see the doctor anyway
They are part of the Federal Employee Health Benefits.