If an employer offers health insurance to one employee must they offer to all?
If your employer offers health insurance and you opt not to have it are they required to compensate you for the cost of a premium?
Can your employer's health insurance require your husband to take his employer's health insurance if his is not free and not as good as yours?
My employer requires that my husband participate in his company's health insurance or they will drop him from their insurance. Insurance is a choice offered as a benefit by the employer because the employer is paying a portion of the cost to be insured. You do not have to participate if you don't want to. Also, the question being answered is that can an employer force an employee's spouse to take coverage offered elsewhere: NO…
No, it is not illegal. If it is a group plan (through an employer), the employee could submit the enrollment change without the spouse's signature. The employer or insurer would not question it, since he or she is still married to the person. The spouse would know that he or she had been dropped when a COBRA notice arrives, assuming the employer offers COBRA coverage.
When your company offers health insurance are you required by law to have health coverage to work Do you have to opt in?
When your supervisor is explaining the company's new health care plan to you what is the supervisors purpose?
At many jobs, it is expected that someone from human resources (or some other representative of the company where you work, such as a supervisor) will give you all of the information about the benefits the company offers. For example, when an employee joins a company, that employee has no idea what will be provided in addition to a salary. So, if the employer provides health insurance, the employee will be given a packet of…
Can an employer in OH legally deny coverage for a spouse if the spouse's employer offers health insurance?
Does the employer have the right to threaten to terminate the employee when the employee had to take a sick day because the employee was ill?
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Sometimes - this will depend upon the contract they negotiate with their employer. However, in the United States, if a clinic does not offer health insurance as a fringe benefit of employment, the American Veterinary Medical Association offers group health insurance benefits to all their members with some reduction in premium payments. Obviously this is not a concern in many other countries, where universal health insurance is provided by the national government.
This is determined by the employer who is paying the premiums for coverage. If there is a local domestic partnership registry available, then the requirement is usually a certificate of registration of domestic partnership. Otherwise, the requirement can be merely a notarized affidavit of domestic partnership in a format prescribed by the employer. Assuming the policy that has been purchased by the employer offers domestic partner coverage, then the insurance company will provide coverage to…
I have heard that Europe doesn't allow for-profit Health Care Does anyone know if this is true and more importantly can you provide a link to that information?
No, medical insurance and dental insurance are two different products. In fact, employers often go through different insurance companies for each in an effort to find the right price. Your medical insurance card will typically not cover dental, although big ticket things like a broken jaw or oral surgery are actually considered medical. However, an employer who offers medical in many cases (but not all) also offers dental to its employees.
In the UK the saving to the company is the saving on employer's national insurance which is currently 12.8% with a 3.7% rebate for contracted out salary related pensions. In addition if the employer provides pension contributions then this will be a saving on an amployee transfering to self employed. This can vary between <1% to >20% depending on how generous the employer is and what type of pension scheme the employer offers