Supervisors (PT) Healthcare

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by DeadOnArrival, Jan 16, 2019.

  1. DeadOnArrival

    DeadOnArrival Belt Wide

    I load trucks, union job. PT. Healthcare is free and excellent (TeamCare).

    If you become a PT supervisor (running belts, doing new hire evaluations, etc.) how much does healthcare cost (per check, monthly?). I only ask out of curiousty. Is the healthcare coverage immediate?

    Staying in the union, for me is due to the healthcare (free and excellent network).

    I had one supervisor tell me they pay $13 dollars a month for equivelent health benefits.

    All the best,
    Me, myself, and I
     
  2. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    Don't do it. ...
     
  3. trailer loader

    trailer loader Trailer Loader

    Stay union
     
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  4. DeadOnArrival

    DeadOnArrival Belt Wide

    I'm staying union, but, I am asking this question for the sake of knowing.

    How much do these wankers pay for healthcare monthly? Is there coverage any good?

    Thanks!
     
  5. Box Ox

    Box Ox ♞▀▄▀▄♝▀▄

    Supervisors lie. And then they lie again. And then they lie some more.

    Might be best to ask in the Partners forum, where a management person who doesn't have an interest in being paid to recruit you could give it to you straight.
     
  6. TearsInRain

    TearsInRain IE boogeyman

    it’s like $10 per month for a 1.5k deductible

    i don’t know the rest of the specifics, i don’t go to the doc that much, but nurses have told me it’s far better than what non-UPSers have; i’m sure the unions is better but it’s not a huge difference i think
     
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  7. Cansado

    Cansado Member

    They have a lot of different plans and deductibles. Just depends on how much you want to spend. I think mine is about $30 a month and is the cheapest. It's not super but it covers the basics. I forget how long it took to kick in...couple months vs a year for Union. I never got the Union plan myself but the sups' plan doesn't compare unless you spend a crapload on it.

    -Wanker
     
  8. Heavy Package

    Heavy Package Active Member

    Union preloader that went PT sup said family plan is like $130/mo for decent coverage, but not a $0 deductible plan. Average family plan cost in a very good corporate job is $250/mo for 80/20 coverage with a $3000 individual / $7000 family max yearly out of pocket. This is what we would have if we were on my wife's company's plan.
     
  9. Wally

    Wally BrownCafe Innovator & King of Puns

    OP,
    Your healthcare isn't free. You pay for it with your labor. No one is giving you anything, and you aren't getting anything you don't deserve.
     
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  10. TearsInRain

    TearsInRain IE boogeyman

    130/mo is platinum level coverage, your guy is used to gucci or just has a gold plated view of what is decent....
     
  11. DeadOnArrival

    DeadOnArrival Belt Wide

    Thanks for the responses. I'm content.