Country Coach employees may have to pay for own insurance
Greg Gerber posted on January 21, 2009 02:45
JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Country Coach employees may be required to pay for their own medical-dental-vision insurance policies before the end of January, according to a letter the company sent to workers.
A letter to “all Country Coach employees” from Human Resources Manager Corinna Mears, dated Jan. 12, states the company paid employees’ medical-dental-vision policies through Dec. 31, and the policies were still active as of Jan. 12. Country Coach employs about 500 people.
The company intends to continue the policies, but it’s possible, Mears wrote, “that either a lapse will occur or the policy(ies) will end entirely.”
If the company can’t pay for the policies, employees will be responsible to pay for medical services, she wrote.
If the policy is canceled, health insurer PacificSource Health Plans has a “portability” option that would enable employees to continue to get coverage, provided they have the means to pay for it themselves.
SOURCE: Register Guard
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