Hi - can an employer offer benefits in exchange for work? For example my employer who I already work 40 hours for said they will provide medical benefits if I do several tasks each week

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1 answer  |  asked Feb 5, 2020 08:07 AM [EST]  |  applies to Pennsylvania

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Doris Dabrowski
The Affordable Care Act requires large employers, i.e., employers with at least 50 full time year round employees, to provide affordable medical insurance to employees who work at least 30 hours/week. Small employers may offer health insurance benefits, but are not obligated to do so by law.

Employers sponsoring health plans must distribute a Summary of Benefit Coverage about available group health coverage within 7 days of a request and upon an initial application for benefits, renewal, reenrollment, or a change in benefits. ERISA requires distribution of a summary plan description of sponsored benefits.

posted by Doris Dabrowski  |  Feb 5, 2020 08:30 AM [EST]

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