COBRA is still going strong. And while the general rule of COBRA is not necessarily that difficult to understand, the time frames, notice requirements, intricacies, and the ways in which COBRA interacts with other laws presents employers with potentially extremely expensive outcomes.
With the advent of the health marketplaces, why do we still have COBRA? Read more…
Sponsors of self-funded health plans often fail to offer COBRA coverage on a timely basis to employees who are placed on a leave of absence. This mistake can lead to a most unpleasant result the denial of stop-loss coverage.
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Employee leaves of absence raise a number of difficult questions under federal employment laws.
You need to know what your business is required and not required to do. Not knowing can cost you unnecessary expenses and penalties.