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Where to ask questions about companies' policies on sharing information regarding health plans?

Example:

Title: Why do some companies in the United States ask their employees not to share information regarding health plans?

Body: Why do some companies in the United States ask their employees not to share information regarding health plans? I.e., why do some companies keep information regarding health plans confidential, accessible to the company employees only?

I'm surprised as typically company benefits are publicly accessible/advertised.

A moderator on https://medicalsciences.stackexchange.com/ told me it is off topic there.

  • Are you sure this is a widespread thing? If this is specific to one, or a very few companies in the US then there probably isn't a suitable site. – Robert Longson Nov 30 at 19:17
  • @RobertLongson I have no idea, but given the large size of the company where I saw this happening I would guess, perhaps incorrectly, that it is not such a rare case. I also don't seem to easily find healh care plans from random company via Google. A interesting follow-up question would indeed be how common it is. – Franck Dernoncourt Nov 30 at 19:24
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A health plan question about one specific company is off-topic at Workplace.SE but general questions about health plans, even the difference between two at one company are on-topic; the second link might answer your question.

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