Compensation for employer withholding information pertaining to eligibility of benefits.?
Question by Chris: Compensation for employer withholding information pertaining to eligibility of benefits.?
Last august i had inquired to my employer about eligibility to insurance. I was told I would not be eligible until this July (2012). This month is open enrollment, and after my own investigation, I found that not only am I eligible for insurance now, I had also been eligible 6 months ago during the prior open enrollment period. Also, I am also eligible for benefits that are only available 6 months after insurance eligibility. If i had not took it upon myself to investigate further, I would have been made to wait until July for insurance, and next January for vacation etc. After confronting my employer, they claim to be putting together a “compensation package” since i have been without my entitled benefits for a period of 6 months or more. What kind of compensation sounds fair for this kind of situation? I don’t think this is worth a lawyer, but if they’re hanging me out to dry I’ll have to find employment with another organization.
Answer by A Hunch
They can back date all the insurance, you can pay all the employee contribution amount that was missed, and once that is done, you can submit all the medical claims that you incurred during the missing time period.
That’s what will make you “whole”.
If you don’t want that solution than you can start your benefits at the next open enrollment period.
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