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mcm114
05-27-2018, 05:51 PM
I searched on here, but couldn't find an answer to this one.

As a new-hire, how many days after starting training do health insurance benefits start?

Thanks


Stan Dingbye
05-27-2018, 07:29 PM
First of the next month following 30 days on property.
For instance, if your day 1 indoc class is June 7th, 30 days after that is July 7th, insurance kicks in August 1st.

OO is 60 days, FWIW...

brocklee9000
05-28-2018, 03:57 PM
Which health insurance provider does Compass offer? Is coverage decent? Affordable? Overpriced? Do you/would you use it for family coverage, or is it one of those scenarios where it's better for you to have single coverage and your spouse to stay on their own coverage with their employer?


SoFloFlyer
06-04-2018, 08:26 PM
^^^^^wondering the samething^^^^^

Fr8Thrust
06-05-2018, 07:50 AM
UHC & Delta Dental MO. UHC: $340 single/ $1020 family annual deductible and 20% copay, is the highest plan, for about $75 a paycheck if single. Preventative care included. One eye exam. Meds: $10-$30 copay. Mail order: varies. Dental: $50 single / $125 family annual deduct for restore & major, but no deduct for preventative which is 90% coverage. LTD and Life is included in the CBA. Flexible spending, and other disability and life add-ons available too. 30 days after DOH.

brocklee9000
06-07-2018, 12:29 PM
UHC & Delta Dental MO. UHC: $340 single/ $1020 family annual deductible and 20% copay, is the highest plan, for about $75 a paycheck if single. Preventative care included. One eye exam. Meds: $10-$30 copay. Mail order: varies. Dental: $50 single / $125 family annual deduct for restore & major, but no deduct for preventative which is 90% coverage. LTD and Life is included in the CBA. Flexible spending, and other disability and life add-ons available too. 30 days after DOH.

Thanks. That sounds similar to my wife's plan, her employer also used UHC and delta dental. Something like $75/month for the better HDHP and upward of $800/month for the same plan with family coverage.

PressOff
06-11-2018, 02:11 PM
Short term? Loss of license?

3PerRev
06-14-2018, 03:42 PM
I got a benefits overview packet from HR. Anyone that wants a copy can send me a PM with an email address.



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