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    Where can I find laws requiring employers to provide health benefits - - and laws concerning arbitrary revocation of employee benefits?

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    Originally posted by Sandy
    Where can I find laws requiring employers to provide health benefits - - and laws concerning arbitrary revocation of employee benefits?
    The Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHB) is one of the most valuable benefits of Federal employment, but coverage is not automatic — you must select one of the more than 100 available health plans in order to be covered.

    Although you have 60 days to make your election, it is to your advantage to make this election soon in order to be covered in case of accident or illness. There is no retroactive coverage of your expenses prior to the effective date of your coverage. The policy will begin coverage on the effective date, however, and will cover expenses occuring on or after that date, even for conditions occurring before that date.

    Visit http://www.opm.gov/insure/health/index.asp for more information.
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