Requiring large employers to automatically enroll full-time employees in company health plans would be confusing, redundant and costly for both employers and employees, the National Restaurant Association told Congress last month. The 2010 health care law requires businesses with more than 200 full-time-equivalent employees to automatically enroll those workers in the company’s lowest-cost health plan unless the employee opts out by a certain time. Coverage would take effect ...

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