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We understand the importance of benefits, which is why they will be effective from day one.

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We currently offer all employees the opportunity to participate in the ownership and success of Inspire.

Employees at all levels can participate through equity awards and the Employee Stock Purchase Program.

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Our comprehensive benefits package includes:

  • 80% or more coverage of premiums

  • Multiple health insurance plan options including a low deductible and high deductible plan

  • Employer contributions to Health Savings Account

  • Dental, Vision, Life and Disability benefits

  • 401k plan + employer match

  • Identity Protection

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Other perks & programs

We also support our employees by offering:

  • Tuition reimbursement for continued education

  • Flexible time off

  • Paid family leave

  • Ongoing training and development opportunities

  • Career advancement opportunities

  • 12 paid holidays per year

Full benefits overview

We are proud to offer a competitive compensation and benefits package to employees! We offer comprehensive benefits and cover 80% or more of premiums for health, life, and disability insurance plans.

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Check out our current openings to see if you might be a good fit!

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4 Heiser et al., ERJ 2019.
5 Source: Peppard, P.E., Young, T., Barnet, J.H., Palta, M., Hagen, E. W., Hla, K. M., (2013). Increased Prevalence of Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Adults, American Journal of Epidemiology, 1014