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If we need to stop our health care benefit, what notice, if

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If we need to stop our health care benefit, what notice, if any is required?
We contribute $350 per employee per month, but have had significant layoffs and may have to cut costs deeper. Employees would still be able to buy insurance through us, but without the company contribution. 85 employees

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No notice is necessary. You can inform the employees when it is done. Since you aren't obligated to contribute anything to employee health care, you are free to cancel the benefit at any time for any reason with or without any prior notice.

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