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Does Lexis Nexis offer free healthcare benefits?

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No, absolutely not free. The health insurance is very expensive!! Before any bill is paid for 1 person, a yearly deductible of $4500 must be met. I can't imagine what the family deductible is. Terrible!!!

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Yes, but the premiums are simply outrageous. Also, a super high yearly deductible must be met before insurance will pay anything. (except routine and preventative exams) It's best you never get ill...

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Yes they do. Each employee receives full health care benefits upon employment.

Answered - Legal Assistant (Former Employee) - DC - District of Columbia, DC

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The benefits at LN are horrible. From health care options/deductibles/high premiums, our 401K is average at best, measley quarterly pension credits as well as pitiful life insurance. Example, our life insuance was initially 2 x your annual base pay, that changed to 1.5 x your annual base pay. It's now 1 x your annual pay. Will probably go down to half before long. Truly shows how cheap LN is and how little they care about their employees...unless you're an executive, then huge Q1 bonuses are still paid. Nearly everyone in my dept received a 1 or 2% annual raise for 20 years. Two years we got nothing. If you consider fair raises equal to your production, it's not a perk at LN. You'll do the work of 2 people, then basically rewarded in peanuts. Pathetic!

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It's awfulvand gets worse each year. Super high deductible as well as premiums. Bare minimum coverage unless you pay a small fortune.

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The company pays a fair share of healthcare costs

Answered - Program Manager (Former Employee) - Miamisburg, OH

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Company shares cost of benefits with employee 50/50 split... Options are super high deductible or extremely high deductible.

Answered - Analyst (Current Employee) - Miamisburg, OH

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No, the healthcare benefits are very expensive and not good

Answered - Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) - Miamisburg, OH

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Yes yearly flu shots.

Answered - Support Analyst (Former Employee) - Miami Township Ohio

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