Employee Benefit News September 21, 2022
Mike Markland

Roughly 50 million employees will be quitting their job this year to find one that pays more, provides more advancement opportunities and is a better fit to their lifestyle. Very soon they likely will be demanding that their employer lets them choose their own health insurance plan. They don’t want their job to dictate their life. And a large part of that is what insurance they get access to and how much it costs them each month. 

To the 50% who rarely use insurance, an expensive platinum plan is not a benefit. But they need insurance, so they take whatever is offered at whatever cost. To them it feels like taxation without representation, and I am pretty sure we fought...

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