Wonder how many s—ers get a job here for maybe a 10% salary bump only to find out they make less now due to the expensive "benefits".
Look at your W-2 form Box 12-W.
That box shows you the annual total cost of your (or family) medical plan insurance premium.
It should be a combination of both your payroll contributions, and the company-sponsored contributions toward the medical insurance premium.
From that number, subtract the amount that you pay from your paychecks through the whole year.
The remaining number is how much the company is actually paying for your insurance.
Compared with other companies, it is not particularly generous in my experience.
This is also evident because they shifted a very large part of the costs to the employee. Either you pick the expensive "Critical" plan and pay a whole lot from your paychecks. Or you pick the "Essential" plan, in which case you pay for almost all of your care from doctors out of pocket.