A federal judge ruled that portions of the Department of Labor’s 2018 final rule on association health plans were invalid and constituted an “end-run” around the ACA that exceeded the DOL’s authority under the ERIS.
It appears that federal regulators are seeking ways to help keep grandfathered health plans in business, even though some benefit advisors believe it’s past time that they retired.
The Morehouse v. Steak N Shake, Inc. should prove instructive for plan administrators, who would be wise to review exactly what notices are required by COBRA.
The government has released a proposed rule to expand the use of HRAs so that they could be used to pay for medical coverage.
View this new brief regarding the 2019 State of the Union Address and how it relates to the Employee Benefits Market.
With millennials now making up the largest portion of the workforce and Generation Z close behind, employers have begun offering employee benefit packages designed specifically to appeal to the values of younger workers.
Simply offering voluntary benefits isn’t enough – HR teams must also ensure that they go the extra mile to encourage employee participation.
A landmark merger between pharmacy chain and prescription insurer CVS and health insurer Aetna is nearly complete.
In recent years, many employers have reconsidered their wellness programs, reworking these initiatives to include more than just activities focused on physical well being.
Offering in-demand and valuable benefits results in higher workforce satisfaction and is a top factor for employee loyalty.