On October 2, 1942, Congress passed into law The Stabilization Act of 1942. The next day, President Roosevelt issued an executive order fixing wages and salaries per the Act.
As a result, the practice of employer-sponsored health insurance began. Today, employers can add, and employees can gain, value through well-planned and carefully chosen employer-sponsored health insurance. It can, however, be confusing terrain to navigate.
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