Everyone can see that interest rates are rising. It’s happening in housing, and the Fed is predicting at least two hikes for 2019. But how rising rates will affect the insurance market is anyone’s guess.
News broke a couple of months ago about the possibility of employers offering an enhanced Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) in lieu of health insurance (an option that is currently extremely limited under the ACA). Under
Student debt repayment programs, unlimited PTO help employees live balanced, productive lives Millennials now make up more than a third of the workforce. And, while other generations share their desire for work/life balance, this group
Depends on how much you can afford to lose. Insurance? Check! You’ve got it, right? Your general liability policy is in place, and you’re all set. Not so fast. If you don’t have errors and
As the economy grows, your organization is likely to grow, too. And growth affects everything – including your risk. Here are nine ideas from The Miller Group about how to manage your insurance risk and
If you’re like many people in HR, with January 1 healthcare renewals on the horizon, you find this to be a hectic time of the year. No matter how much planning you do, it seems
Cyber coverage critical for companies of all sizes. High-profile hacks may have faded from the front pages, but the risk continues to grow. More than 60% of all attacks happen to small and mid-size businesses,
As the health care landscape becomes increasingly complex, it is becoming harder for employees to get the right care at the right time for the best cost. And costs for the employer continue to escalate.
As many of you may know, child welfare organizations have struggled for years finding and securing the right options when it comes to insuring their organizations – in particular in the area of abuse. In
Workplace investigations have always been a key part of the human resources function and employment law compliance. But the need for such investigations – and the consequence of conducting them poorly – have grown exponentially