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Nancy Vollertsen Discusses The Mayo Clinic’s Revised 2015 Benefits with Rochester Post Bulletin

01.31.14

After more than a year of studying benefits, the Mayo Clinic’s Board of Governors has approved a major overhaul of its benefit packages for employees and retirees. The changes include a higher percentage health benefit costs to be paid by employees, according to a front page article in the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Lindquist & Vennum Employment Law Attorney Nancy Vollertsen shared that these kind of changes are happening to employees across the country. She said, “Mayo is putting a positive spin on change. Just like most large employers who are trying to control their health-care costs. Mayo appears to be narrowing employees' health-care options and shifting costs to individual employees and the government." Prior to joining Lindquist & Vennum, Vollertsen was a managing attorney in Rochester's Dunlap & Seeger law firm and is a former president of the Olmsted County Bar Association.

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