Monday, January 23, 2006

UF requirement for partner benefits: You must have sex

In other words, the tight-fisted HR department will not grant domestic-partner benefits to roommates who do not have a sexual relationship. Such same-sex roommates must file an affidavit attesting to their sexual activity.

Well, well, well. Are those roommates willing to let the HR department into their bedroom to that extent?

Organizations everywhere could save a lot of trouble if everyone went to portable Health Savings Accounts in lieu of joining the company HMO or going to the company's preferred providers. Then your relationship with your roommate wouldn't be HR's business. But instead...!

And in this case we have a special problem: this is a university. An institution of higher education. What an example to set for the students--that turning homosexual or bisexual is now the ticket to a health benefit.

Parents, take heed. You might want to send your kids to an explicitly Christian college, one that perhaps enrolls everyone in an expense-sharing plan like Medi-Share.


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