40-Hour Work Week

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40-Hour Work Week

Long-term disability carriers may use the “40-hour work week” as a standard for providing disability benefits. This means carriers may consider a doctor who works 40 hours as not disabled because they are working “full-time.” However, doctors do not always follow the typical workweek expectations.

MGIS understands that many doctors work over 40 hours a week and that working fewer hours can lead to significant income loss.

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