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Wisconsin Free Printable Health Insurance Law Posters Wisconsin Notification Required for Cessation of Health Care Benefits Poster

The Notification Required for Cessation of Health Care Benefits is a health insurance law poster by the Wisconsin Department Of Workforce Development. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers with 50 or more employees.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place by all employers with 50 or more employees so employees can see it. This poster describes what happens to employees of employers who decide to cease providing a health care benefit plan.


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Notification Required When Employers Decide 
to Cease Providing a Health Care Benefit Plan 
 
 
Pursuant to Section 109.075 Wisconsin Statutes, Wisconsin employers who plan to discontinue health 
care benefits to current employees, retirees and dependents of employees or retirees in some 
instances must provide the affected individuals with 60 days advanced notice of the cessation of 
benefits. 
 
 
Q:  Which current or former employers must comply with this requirement? 
A:  Employers who operates a business enterprise in Wisconsin that employs 50 or more persons in this 
state must provide advanced written notice of employer's intention to cease providing health care benefits to 
affected parties. 
 
 
Q:  Who is an affected individual entitled to notification? 
A:  Employees, any union representing employees of that business, retirees, and dependents of  employees and retires currently covered by the health care plan are entitled to receive 60 days 
advanced written notice that their benefits will cease. 
 
 
Q:  What would be the purpose of filing a complaint about not receiving advanced noti\
fication of a  cessation of health care benefits?  
A:  A complainant who did not receive proper advanced notification may receive either the value of the  insurance premium(s) for the period without notification or the actual value of medical expenses 
incurred during the non-notification  period (maximum of 60 days). 
  
 
Q:  If I have questions concerning this requirement or if I wish to file a complaint about not  receiving notification, who should I contact? 
A:  Contact either the Equal Rights Division in Milwaukee or Madison listed below. 
 
 	
 	
STATE OF WISCONSIN 	
DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT 	
EQUAL RIGHTS DIVISION 	
 	
201 E WASHINGTON AVE  ROOM A300  819 N 6th ST 
PO BOX 8928 ROOM 723 
MADISON WI  53708 MILWAUKEE WI  53203 
 
Telephone:   (608) 266-6860  Telephone:   (414) 227-4384 
TTY:  (608) 264-8752 TTY:   (414) 227-4081 	
 	
Website: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/er/ 	
 	
The Department of Workforce Development is an equal oppor tunity employer and service provider.  If you have 
a disability and need to access this information in an alternate format or need it translated to another language, 
please contact us.

Other Wisconsin Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional sixteen optional and mandatory Wisconsin labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.

Poster Name Poster Type
Mandatory Minimum Wage Rates (English) Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory Fair Employment Law Equal Opportunity Law
Mandatory Retaliation Protection For Health Care Workers in Wisconsin Whistleblower Law
Mandatory Notice to Employees about Applying for Unemployment Benefits Unemployment Law
Mandatory Notice to Employees about Applying for Unemployment Benefits (Spanish) Unemployment Law

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As of April 1 2020, all employers in the United States with less than 500 employees MUST display or digitally distribute a Families First Coronavirus Response Act paid leave poster.

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