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San Francisco eatery settles health benefits noncompliance complaint
Modern Healthcare

A San Francisco restaurant will spend about $320,000 to settle a complaint from city officials that it did not comply with San Francisco’s 2006 law that requires employers to spend a minimum amount of money on employees’ healthcare coverage.

That requirement can be satisfied in several ways, including payment of health insurance premiums or contributions to health reimbursement arrangements, health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts or a city fund.