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(Photo: Simon Speed/Wikimedia Commons PD) Offering telehealth program benefits to workers who are not eligible for an employer’s group major medical plan can turn into a viscous trap. (Photo: Simon Speed/Wikimedia Commons PD)

Both employers and workers are getting used to the idea that part-time jobs, temporary jobs, freelancing and “permalancing” are here to stay.

Federal regulators want employers to respect workers’ need for benefits programs that comply with various federal laws and regulations, including the requirements governing notices about COBRA benefits continuation rights.

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