Assume you had two employees who do the same exact job and get paid the same exact amount of money. One has his family plan with Blue Cross while the other has his family plan with Fallon Select. The employee, who has Blue Cross is in essence getting compensated (not w-2 wise) 3,000 more per year then the person who has opted for Fallon Select.
Does this make sense?
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