"Student employees say their mental health care coverage currently allows for only 12 visits per year." That is outrageous. I thought the Mental Health Parity Act changed things so that insurers could only institute treatment limits if they were "at parity" with medical-surgical limits -- wouldn't that apply here?
I don't see how a University is responsible for someone's rent. It might sound good. But, rent is the responsibility of the renter. Not the employer. Also, whether a person has "savings" or not, is not the resposibility of a employer. Where does it all end? "I can't afford this/that" pay me more. Where is the personal responsibility at?
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