This is a preview. To continue reading, register for free access now. Register Now or Log in

How to Respond to Employee Inquiries Related to Abortion Benefits

Now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned by the United States Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, employers must navigate a new health care benefits landscape. As a result, employers will likely be asked to field questions from employees related to their health care benefits.

Common questions may include:

  • Does my health care plan cover abortion?
  • Can I get appropriate care if I have a miscarriage or stillbirth?
  • Will my health care benefits change because of the Supreme Court decision?
  • Does the company plan to add travel benefits for abortion?

This How To reviews the steps and considerations involved in responding to an employee inquiry related to abortion benefits.