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Old 02-12-08, 03:49 PM   #1
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Gevity employee benefits

Does anyone have Gevity where they work? They take care of payroll, benefits, insurance 401-K to free up management for other duties. I am quite impressed w/ all the benefits especially the Life Insurance. I am 54 years old and in order to qualify for life ins for about 250K it would cost me about $180 a month. Taking the most I can take in life ins which is 3 times annual salary, plus the 'free' $40k policy I now have over my $250K in Life Insurance!!! Now if I die from an accident another 60 thousand goes towards the total. More than enough to finish off the mortgage and take care of my Wife if I die. The best part is, it is only $26 every pay period! (every 2 weeks) No nurse visits or qualifying either. Automatic enrollment when they start at your company.

You can even go online to their website and they have pages and pages of "perks" that are yours to use at any time. For example there is a 15% Sprint deduction from EVERY monthly bill as long as you are in the program.

Different options for medical, dental and eye depending on what the employee would rather have more or less coverage on.

We have only had them for a month now and I am looking forward to becoming more comfortable with health ins by having such an awesome plan.
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Old 02-12-08, 05:57 PM   #2
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I worked at a print shop that had Gevity take over the HR duties. It was still cheaper for my wife and I to be covered on her employer's health insurance than it would have been for me alone on Gevity's.
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