As they freely admit, the benefits they offer are industry standard. What they don't tell you is that they are the industry and they set the standard. Expect high deductible health plans with just as high premiums that almost never pays out on your behalf. Of course that's assuming that the outsourced benefits programs or the ludicrously named People Solutions (formerly HR) can find your apps/premiums/benefits requests. It's awesome, it really is.
Terrible. Large deductibles and copays.
Our benefits aren't even working correctly. Our benefits have been outsourced to a multitude of different outside companies, they act very balkanized and give everyone the runaround. Two months into the year a great many of us don't have our HSAs and health insurance set up correctly. Seek a job elsewhere.
The company offers a competitive benefits package.
Answered - Sr. Talent Advisor (Current Employee) - Remote
Great Health Insurance and PTO
Answered - Assistant District Manager (Former Employee) - Tyler, TX
Benefits are solid and choices are well rounded.
Answered - Rev Cycle Associate (Current Employee) - Alpharetta, GA
The benefits are good but the pay raises are terrible/non existent unless you are in the top eschelon of the company
Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) - Asheville, NC
Benefits are good
Answered - Data Entry Specialist (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN
The benefits were pretty good but they became more and more expensive and provided less each year.
Answered - SalesForce Administrator (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN
The benefits are not very good. To be a healthcare company it could be better.
Answered - Resolution Specialist (Current Employee) - Atlanta