California Employment Law
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The end of insurance may coincide with the last date of employment (whether one quits or is terminated) or it may extend to the end of the month.
The norm is to extend it to the last day of the month but with no regulations it is a matter of employer policy and is usually indicated in the employment contract, employee policy handbooks, etc
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The premium is refunded if the employer policy states that the insurance coverage ends on the date of termination of the employer/employee relationship.
This is not set in stone; the employer can make exceptions and may allow the insurance to continue throughout the month; but if this is not part of the contract the employer is not required; insurance is typically contingent upon ongoing employment. (a condition precedent)