Costs are too high. Anthem is provider.
Best price for benefits, long term, short term, multiple life insurance policies automatically deducted. Bad thing...many years paying into plans, that go away once you leave? Would like policies to carry forward at same price rate.
Part time intern, didn't get benefits package. Didn't expect any. Probably had the barebones state requirements (short term disability, etc).
Health Insurance kept going up and benefits down. And it wasn't inexpensive to begin with. They only covered employee, not spouse or family, unless you pay even more. Plus at some point they changed the retirement program and grandfathered the employees that were there for a long time, but greatly reducing/eliminating the retirement benefits for newer employees. And they constantly reminded you about it. In a way showing you were less valued than the long termers.
Overall good benefit package, a little expensive but very compared with other packages offer in the private sector
Not very competitive with other companies. Out of pocket cost is expensive.
401k plan that matches up to 2% and great time off benefits, but the medical insurance stinks.
HSA and a portion of 401K match are a plus, however cost of benefits and high deductible are a negative.
Benefits are always changing, often with higher deductibles each year.
I was a contractor who did not receive benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.