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Safety Q&A: What Atmospheric Testing Steps Should We Take for Confined Spaces?

Confined working spaces in construction can hide unforeseen hazards in the air. Employees may not be aware of risks because they are not visible to the naked eye. Last month, a 33-Year-Old Welder Died after

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Benefits Q&A: How Does Medicare Enrollment Impact HSA Contributions?

Q: We have always told employees they can contribute to their HSA up until the month before they enroll in Medicare. I recently had an employee asking about something they read online that indicated: a)

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Benefits Q&A: Will We Have to Submit ACA Forms Electronically?

Q: I received an email from our payroll company indicating employers with less than 250 employees may have to start filing their Affordable Care Act (ACA) forms electronically with the IRS starting next year. They

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Safety Q&A: How Do We Safeguard Emergency Exits and Routes?

Emergency exits are probably not something you think about on a daily basis. We typically take them for granted until everyone’s running for one. Still, exit routes are so critical, OSHA has Design And Construction

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Safety Q&A: How Can We Help Our Employees’ Mental Health During the Ongoing Pandemic?

Hopes of moving beyond the pandemic and its vast influence on our work and personal lives have begun to diminish. For leaders, it’s important to continue monitoring and managing your employees’ mental health during these

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Benefits Q&A: What COBRA Obligations Come with a Company Acquisition?

Q: Our company is in the process of being purchased by a larger company (I’ll call them Bigg Company). Some of our employees will transition into working for Bigg after the purchase is finalized, while

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Safety Q&A: What’s the difference between heat exhaustion and heatstroke?

This year’s temperatures are already breaking records across the country. Yet the dog days of summer are still to come, which means outdoor workers need to be ready for the high heat. This includes knowing

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Benefits Q&A: What if an Employee Accidentally Fails to Cancel Coverage?

Q: In early March, we had an employee attempt to cancel his medical insurance because he became eligible for cheaper coverage through his wife’s new employer. He enrolled in his wife’s coverage, effective March 15.

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