On Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, President Donald Trump delivered the 2020 State of the Union Address (SOTU). The SOTU is an annual message delivered by the president to a joint session of Congress at the beginning of each year. At this year’s SOTU, President Trump’s speech covered topics that have the potential to impact the […]
Twenty-one states increased their minimum wages in 2020, boosting the national average to $11.80.
Similar to the idea of cord-cutting cable television services, millennials are increasingly ditching traditional primary care models and opting for health savings accounts or HSAs. Click here to read the article: https://www.benefitspro.com/2020/01/10/how-hsas-millennials-and-consumerism-are-changing-health-care/ (Free Registration required to view the whole article)
Steve Rosenthal, CEO of Triton HR, participated in a webinar hosted by EBN to talk about open enrollment and benefits, as well as provide tips to employers so that they can improve their processes.
If your company doesn’t currently have a bereavement policy, or if your policy is particularly weak, you might run into trouble with your employees down the road.
Updates to FLSA regulations will impact how employers calculate regular rates of pay for their employees.
In the beginning of 2020, new employees will be required to complete an updated version of the Form W-4.
New FLSA overtime laws, including an increase in standard salary levels, will make more American workers eligible for overtime wages.
It’s important to create a company benefits package that appeals to the entire workforce.
Employers must look to their benefits services to ensure they offer a package that curbs rising costs while addressing health needs.