Companies That Pay Health Insurance for Part Time
Some companies pay for health insurance for part-time employees, but it is not required because it can be very expensive. Find out how providing health insurance to part-time employees can be a great benefit with insight from a licensed life and health insurance representative in this free video on insurance.
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This is John Pinelli, financial representative, talking to you today about companies that pay health insurance for part-time employees. Some companies, such as Starbucks, will pay some health insurance coverage for their part-time employees. This is not typical for most organizations, because health insurance coverage can be quite expensive, and it's not necessary for the employer to provide coverage for their part-time employees. However, the coverage can be a nice benefit to those part-time employees who may not be able to get health insurance, or would not be able to afford it on their own, and may not be able to qualify for it, such as a student, or a a child of a parent would under the age of twenty four who's in school. So, ob obtaining that, that health and coverage for someone who is a part-time employee may be may be crucial for that person, because they would not be able to obtain that insurance elsewhere. These insurance coverages would be typical to just about any other type of plan in the fact that they will offer the same sort of PPO, HMO type of offer that they would for their full-time employees, but it's offered to those on a part-time basis. So, if you're looking for part-time employment, and you don't have any health insurance coverage it may be something to consider, looking at employers who do offer this for their part-time employees, or offer some sort of program at a discounted rate to employees who are part-time. So, this has been John Pinelli, financial representative, talking to you today about health insurance coverage for part-time employees.