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Employee Benefits
Employee Benefits
Case 13.1. Statutory Benefits: Companies Kicking Your Spouse Off of Your Health Care Plans

Dennis Ferry works for Compatible Technology in its customer service department. Dennis knows he will have to make plenty of decisions when open enrollment for his company health plan, Health New England, rolls around July 1 each year. Dennis’s health-care coverage was totally free for employees in 1982 when he was just out of college. That was a long time ago—and health care in the United States has changed dramatically.

Today, companies are looking to save as much money as possible when designing a health-care program. Each employee who signs up for the company health-care program can cost the company between $4,000 and $10,000 a year, depending on the ...

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