Q: I'm having some personal problems and would like to see a therapist under my company's health plan. Will my boss find out about this?
A: The highest level of privacy afforded an employee is reserved for medical records. For that reason, many employers have their medical benefits administered through their health-care provider. If they do need to see the information, they're required to maintain it in a confidential manner and not release info to anyone in the workplace except those who need to know.