As an HR professional, your employees’ health is a top priority. Everything from physical health, mental health, productivity, and engagement are major contributing factors to running your organization effectively. Employee benefits and worker's compensation have a great deal of common ground..
I think we can all agree that the last six months have been nothing like we’ve ever experienced before (aside from creepy movies and nightmares). We are navigating through a global pandemic where our society has suffered profoundly and endured significant economic loss. The ominous negative vibe..
Have you ever sat down at your desk and felt completely overwhelmed? Do you get caught up in the stacks of papers, endless to-do lists, full calendar, and employee meetings and wonder, “How am I going to get all this done?” That sounds like a typical day in the life of a Human Resource..
On May 21, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Revenue Procedure 2018-34 to index the contribution percentages in 2019 for purposes of determining affordability of an employer’s plan under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). For plan years beginning in 2019, employer-sponsored coverage..
As healthcare costs continue to rise and demographics are rapidly changing, many employers are faced with difficult decisions when it comes to their employee benefit offerings. There have been a multitude of flashy trending workplace benefits that on paper seem exciting and attractive,..
On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) (the “Bill”). The House and Senate Conference Committee provided a Policy Highlights of the major provisions of the Bill, and the Joint Committee on Taxation provided a lengthy explanation of the Bill.