Do we have to offer COBRA coverage to an construction executive who is fired for stealing?
Employers can refuse to provide COBRA coverage when an employee has been terminated for "gross misconduct."
The term "gross misconduct" is not defined in the COBRA statute or regulations but has been interpreted to require a high degree of misconduct before an construction employer may deny continuation coverage.
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