TheAmazingRando wrote:I don't see why employers should even care about which healthcare they provide coverage for, anymore than they should care what their employees do with their money once they get it. It isn't their money anymore. They aren't providing a service for their employees, they're giving them something they've earned.
Benefits being remuneration for work done just like wages. I think we'd agree that the hospital has no business interfering with the employee purchasing birth control out of their wages, the question becomes one of 'custody' over the insurance plan. Is the hospital really being 'forced to pay', or is that bullshit to justify exercising control over the 'payment' for the employee's services to the hospital?