The fast-food chain announced Wednesday it is expanding coverage for its paperless employee health insurance to help boost its business.
The new policy will extend to more than 7,000 federal employees who are currently enrolled through the employer-sponsored plan, the company said in a blog post.
It said employees who were enrolled through this plan and are eligible for paperless coverage will also be able to enroll in a new paperless plan that starts in the coming weeks.
The company said it will offer health insurance for workers under 35, as well as their dependents.
The policy also extends to those who are covered through their employer.