The Benefit package at York Risk included Medical, Dental and Eye insurance with multiple plans to choose from that will fit any ones needs. The cost is okay, similar to the competition. They also offer a retirement plan and will match up to 6% of wages.
High cost health benefits and extremely high deductibles, wish there were more options to choose from. PTO and 401k are comparable
Best is we have benefits. Worst is the cost.
Health Benefits Standard variety of benefits however the premiums, for medical insurance, we pay are ridiculously high for what you get. A company of this size should be able to get more for less. Deductibles are too high. Overall out of pocket is too high. RX coverage has an impossible formulary..tons of drugs not covered by Caremark and they make you do mail order (which isn’t horrible) or use CVS as your 90 day supply pharmacy. Mental Healthcare is not covered by the insurance here which is a huge problem. So many people trying to get help for themselves or their kids end up coming out of pocket and then when you file it on your own with medical insurance they just send you denials. Very hard and convoluted process to file claims on your own. Nothing for mental health, that I have seen, goes towards your deductible or out of pocket. PTO Competitive PTO accruals and holidays. They just recently took 2 floating holidays away from us but did replace it with MLK and Presidents Day off which is a nice beginning to the new year. Used to be able to roll 80 hours over but now only 40 can be rolled over and once you accrue your PTO limit it stops accruing until you use your time. Personally I’m in favor of it. This will make people use their time and also stop people who roll 80 hours over from taking more time than what they should be accruing. 401K They do match what you put in up to 6%. Prior to being acquired by York, we weren’t receiving any matches.
Full benefits at the end of first month. Benefits have high premiums for low coverage and copays. Only 2 plans to choose from, HD and copay plan.
The company does not have any benefits packages.
Pretty good package, but the best health care options are still pretty expensive
Could be better, reduced 401k match a while ago which hurts and you never really feel good about that. Constant switching in medical coverage, which becomes more and more expensive every year. Pretty decent PTO after accrued tenure grows. Overall average benefits, feels like the company isn't doing much to stay competitive in this area.
Seems like they are always changing to "help the employees" but, the constant changes becomes tedious and time consuming.
This was a corporate buyout, so the benefits all changed over from what I was initially told.