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My employer decides which plans or plan they are going to offer their employees.

I know. But employee feedback may make a difference, especially if there are a number of people who complain about the loss of the Kaiser option.

It was my mother's job as office manager and eventually Asst VP to choose the company health insurance at the small company where she worked (~30 people so no dedicated HR person). As a worker bee who lived just within her means, she always went for the most generous option her bosses would allow. But her argument to them was based on maintaining high employee morale; and reducing employee turnover, training costs, and absenteeism due to having to change doctors or spend time searching for cheaper medical care. The bosses found her arguments persuasive, but that was in the 60ss-90s.
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