Changes for 2020

What's Changed?

We are happy to announce the following changes to our plans for 2020!

  • WA Short Term Disability plan: In anticipation of the new Washington State Paid Family Medical Leave program (launching January 1, 2020) we have re-designed the Short Term Disability program offered through the Hartford. This change only applies to employees working in the state of Washington. To learn more, head over to our Life, AD&D and Disability Page
  • Health Savings Account (HSA): Eligible employees may now put away up to $3,550 for an individual and $7,100 per family--pre-tax!
  • Premium reduction for Long Term Disability and Short Term Disability plans!

What's Hasn't Changed?

Fisher remains committed to offering top notch benefits, and will continue to cover 100% of medical, dental, and vision premiums for you and your family! We are also happy to announce that there are no rate changes to the life and disability plans!*

Additionally, there are no changes to the structure and design of any of our current benefit plans.

**Rate changes may apply to individuals who elevated to a new age bracket in 2018. To find out if this is applicable to you, contact the Benefits Team at x5886 or ~ Benefits Services.

Coverage & Eligibility

The company pays 100% of the monthly premiums for medical, dental and vision coverage for regular employees working at least 30 hours per week and their eligible dependents. Qualified dependents include a legal spouse, domestic partner registered with a state agency, and dependent children under the age of 26.