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What You Need To Know About Your Employer's Health Insurance

No Federal law requires your employer to carry health insurance coverage for employees (a few states, like Massachusetts and Hawaii, are different). However, once they do have coverage, there are some Federal requirements employers must comply with. If your employment has ended, read the paperwork...

Helping Employees Become Healthier: Rewards or Penalties and the EEOC

The Detroit Free Press had an article this week concerning employers who offered insurance policies to employees that reward them for healthier living. One employer offered a Blue Cross plan with no deductibles or co-pays for employees who participate in a yearly on line health risk assessment and who...

Must My Company In New Jersey Offer or Provide Health Insurance to Its Employees?

Whether a business in New Jersey must offer or provide health insurance to its employees depends on the number of workers that the business employs. In general: Employers in New Jersey with 50 or more employees must provide “minimum essential” health care coverage for employees who...