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
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
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.
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
With the cost of health insurance continuing to rise and the ACA barely hanging on, the Trump administration and many in Congress have been looking at new ways to make coverage more affordable to employers
With unemployment at an all-time low, benefits communication is more important than ever. Benefits communications play a meaningful role in both recruitment and retention efforts. Clear, informative and convincing engagement can make or break your
Last week, President Trump signed into law “Right to Try” legislation that attempts to give terminally ill individuals a chance to take medications that are still in clinical trials. We are anticipating questions from our
Are you having a hard time hiring these days? You’re not alone. The Department of Labor says the United States has been adding jobs every month for the last seven years. And while the pace
With health insurance premiums continuing to rise, many employers are looking for new ways to decrease costs. Spousal surcharges (which charge more to spouses who can be covered through their own employer) and carve outs
A couple of surprises were tucked inside the temporary funding bill passed by Congress in mid-January: 1) An additional two-year delay of the much-reviled “Cadillac tax;” and 2) Temporary suspension of two other ACA-related taxes.