Large employer definition

Large employer means, in connection with a group health plan, with respect to a calendar year and a plan year, an employer who employed an average of at least 51 employees on business days during the preceding calendar year and who employs at least two employees on the first day of the plan year.
Large employer means an employer that is not a small employer as defined in section 3701.

Examples of Large employer in a sentence

Large employer health claims and life insurance costs attributable to smokers are reckoned in the millions of dollars, with self-insured employers hardest hit.


More Definitions of Large employer

Large employer means an enterprise whose annual gross volume of sales made or business done is not less than $500,000 (exclusive of excise taxes at the retail level that are separately stated) and covered by the Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act, sections 177.21 to 177.35.
Large employer means an employer employing two or more employees and which does not meet the definition of small employer under Iowa Code section 513B.2(16).
Large employer means, with respect to a calendar year and a plan year, an employer that employed an average of at least 51 employees on business days during the preceding calendar year, or that is reasonably expected to employ an average of at least 51 employees on business days during the current calendar year if the employer was not in existence during the preceding cal- endar year, and that employs at least 2 employees on the first day of the plan year.
Large employer means a person actively engaged in business who, during at least fifty percent of the employer’s working days during the preceding calendar year, employed more than fifty full-time equivalent employees.
Large employer means an employer who employs a number of employees that is greater than or equal to the median sized employer in the region.