66 employees reported this benefit
it was ok ...
It's cheaper to just go to a walk-in clinic. I regret signing on with their insurance. If I had ended up in the hospital it would have been helpful but then I would have lost my job because there is little room for sick leave depending on the team you are a part of.
Best is the access to great healthcare providers but high premiums
While there are multiple tiers of plans, even the best plan (lowest deductible) still has an 80/20 coinsurance that can add up, so if you're someone who gets sick a lot you will need an HSA to help pay for random medical expenses.
Only good if you are single, no kids.
You can borrow against your 401K without having a credit check
You aren't eligible for benefits until you've been there for 3 months (90 days)
They utilize United Healthcare which covers many doctors but the plan is very expensive to the employee.
I did not stay long enough to find out about the benefits. You get them after 90 days. I honestly did not like working in a call center and the quotas you had to get to. Granted they are doable about 25-30 enrollments a month depending on your team.
Best was the 401k and short term disability, the worst was the dental plan