Health Insurance and Life Insurance

There is no requirement under California law for employers to provide employees with medical or life insurance. Employees should refer to their employer's policy with respect to medical and life insurance benefits. However, an employer who provides employee medical benefits and discontinues those benefits must provide employees with written notice at least 15 days in advance of the discontinuance of coverage. A terminated employee may be entitled to continued coverage under the federal COBRA act or California's continued coverage requirements.

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