Yes the employer can pay the health insurance but is not required to by law. He is encouraged to for bettering the employees benefits.
Even though it often depends on the employer, it is usually expected that the employer provide the travel insurance for his or her employees since it relates to the work activity.
AnswerProbably. You're new employer is required to have generally at least 75% of the eligible employees enrolled.
Under the new health care act, all employers are required to offer health insurance to their full time employees. If the employees are not full time and do not qualify to be covered under their employer's policy, they must seek another form of insurance.
Probably, he's required by the insurance company to insure at least 75% of the employees or else the other employees can't get the plan. For more information see the link
It depends on your state, but remember that if you have employees, even if your state has an exemption you remain liable for your employees medical costs and more whether you have insurance or not.
Small employer have limited resources, financial power, and some barely survive. Forcing them to spend additional expenditure on health insurance to their employees means to drive them out of business.
Employers are required to carry Wormen's Compensation Insurance on their employees. If your employer did not insure you, or does not have the insurance, they are in violation of your state's labor laws. You will have to bring suit against them to recover your expenses.
Employers only have to provide health insurance if they meet certain legal requirements. A business must have a certain number of full-time employees for it to be required to provide insurance for health coverage.
Most pharmacists are employees of a pharmacy and coverage is provided by the employer. If the pharmacists is self employed as in they own the pharmacy in which they work, then they would need to purchase their own insurance coverage
An employer is required by federal law to provide FMLA benefits - 12 weeks of unpaid leave per year - to employees. If you have terminated your employment by retiring, you are no longer an employee, and you would continue your health insurance through COBRA.