Read HR Consultant Heather Kaiser’s review of Mel Robbins’ bestselling book, The 5-Second Rule. Robbins will be our keynote speaker at the Leaders Forum on April 23-25.
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Investors are starting to warm to the possibilities of tax-advantaged, socially impactful real estate investments through the Opportunity Zone program.
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Employers who have dealt with these three laws know that compliance requires ongoing intentional effort.
Highlights include credit unions targeted in a spear phishing campaign, email fraud on the rise, U.S. companies targeted through LinkedIn, and more.
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You’ve entered all the codes where you should. You know your company’s safe harbor affordability code without double-checking. You know every single employee’s ACA-full-time status for 2018. In other words, you have completed ACA reporting for 2018! So, can you close the books on the ACA for 2019? Of course not. The IRS just issued another wave of proposed employer shared responsibility penalty assessments.
The answer to that question can change from month to month, but here is some insight into what is happening with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) right now. In this article, we will discuss the individual shared responsibility mandate penalty, the employer shared responsibility mandate, the ACA benefit mandates, the PCORI fees, and the final health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) regulations.
In December, many employers reward employees with cash bonuses, which can be great motivators when they are designed to reward employees who meet or exceed their performance goals. Year-end bonuses also contribute to the holiday atmosphere of generosity and gratitude. But did you know that year-end bonus payments can pose traps for the unwary employer?
On-site clinics are a growing trend, but employers should consider the legal implications and practical considerations of sponsoring on-site clinics. This eBook discusses the risks, compliance and administrative obligations, as well as, the best practices for implementing a clinic designed to help reduce health plan costs and boost employee productivity.
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When employees turn age 65, they often have questions about their health benefits. Employers, too, seek to understand the interaction of Medicare, HSAs, and health plan coverage. Here are some myths about how Medicare coverage interacts with a company’s group health plan coverage.
In late June, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling in the case Janus v. AFSCME that could impact the funding of many public sector unions. In Janus, the Supreme Court held that public employees who are not members of their union can no longer be forced to pay agency fees and must consent to paying union dues.
In a tight labor market where competition for the best talent is fierce, it’s tough to keep up with latest trends, and even more of a challenge to decide which trends to pursue. In this article we will cover some of the latest benefits we see employers considering and implementing.
Most employers know that when an employee requests an accommodation due to a disability, the employer has an obligation to respond under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). But many employers aren’t sure how to respond, or under what circumstances they can deny the request. This article address the common ADA mistakes that employers make and how to avoid making them.
The Department of Labor (DOL) recently issued new regulations that may allow some employers and self-employed individuals to buy large group health insurance through an association health plan (AHP). This may be of particular interest to small employers and self-employed individuals because an AHP covering 50 or more employees would not have to comply with a limited subset of Affordable Care Act (ACA) rules.
The IRS released a new Form W-4 for 2018 in February. It also revised its “Withholding Calculator” for employees to use to make sure they are having the proper amounts withheld from their paychecks. The minimum employers have to do is make sure they’re providing the new Form W-4 to newly hired employees and employees wishing to update their Form W-4 on and after April 1, 2018.
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