A few weeks ago, the health care giant announced a special offer to consumers that was limited to customers who bought its Saffords equipment and medical equipment.
Safford, the world’s largest manufacturer of medical equipment, medical devices and recreational equipment, has been the target of an unprecedented campaign from the government and the public alike over the past several months to find ways to keep its workers from losing health insurance.
A number of states have been pressuring the company to pay back their workers in full and to provide more time off to help them get insurance.
But, as of Wednesday, Saffell’s had yet to announce any plans to make those concessions.
And with the election just a week away, many are worried about the company’s ability to help its employees and families get insurance, given the uncertainty surrounding health care.
For those looking to purchase Safferys equipment and equipment from the company, the free coverage has not been announced yet.
While the company is offering a limited-time offer to people who bought Saffers equipment and/or medical equipment through the end of January, the company still plans to offer full coverage to all of its workers and their dependents beginning in February.
Suffolk County, New York, where Safferson’s is located, is also looking to the company for help to ensure it is not forced to reduce coverage for its workers.
The company announced the news on Twitter, saying that it would be offering its employees a 10% discount for the next month.
This is a very important step in ensuring that we are fully covering our employees.
Please check with your insurance company to determine the exact discount.
Safeguarding workers in the face of uncertainty is a central tenet of the Affordable Care Act, which was signed into law by President Donald Trump in March.
The federal government and local and state governments are also pushing the company and the government to make concessions.
In a letter to Safforises employees posted on the company website, Suffolk County Health Commissioner Michael Mancuso and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wrote that the company had already provided some of the workers in Suffolk County with healthcare.
In the letter, Cuomo and Mancos letter, the governors noted that a number of other states have asked Saffortis to provide some form of financial assistance, but they did not provide specifics about what assistance they have provided.
Sufciss officials said they were looking into the company.