Fortune 1000s with HSA Ranks 503-527
The 25 companies in rows 505 to 529, representing rankings 503 to 527 span a wide range of markets and localities. Benefits packages vary, as expected. Most of these companies d not offer an HSA, though some offer other spending accounts. The four companies that did offer HSAs (Leidos Holdings, Harris Corporation, NVIDIA Corporation, and M&T Bank Corporation) offered little information about these plans. The remaining companies opted to not provide employees' health benefits to the public, or not publicize any benefits information at all. All requested information can be found in the attached spreadsheet.
Two of the four companies who provide HSAs for their employees note that the company may (or will) deposit money into those accounts to contribute to qualifying medical expenses. However, the other two HSA providers gave minimal information about the benefit, making it difficult to pinpoint details for comparison.
The majority, though, appear to not offer HSAs, potentially offering other spending accounts in lieu of HSAs. Many companies did not include information about their workforce. The three companies that did not have the HSA benefit information available included Brookdale Senior Living, Juniper Networks, and Liberty Media Corporation.
Researching this particular group of Fortune 1000 Companies showed that only a few provided Health Savings Accounts, often with limited details about the benefit. The remainder either did not offer the benefit, or failed to advertise the benefit. All information has been updated in the attached spreadsheet (rows 505 to 529).