A new rule could shake up the way employers and employees leverage their health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) funds.
In mid-July, the House met and voted to pass the “Middle Class Health Benefits Tax Repeal Act,” which would repeal that Cadillac tax.
Let’s take a look at this new executive order, what it covers and what next steps will likely be taken by governing bodies and healthcare service providers.
Companies have already begun using chatbots and conversational AI technology to enhance HR service, create better and more personalized experiences for job candidates and employees and increase productivity.
Having a robust, official policy for severance packages and the contingencies that come along with them is actually a beneficial way to support the company’s workforce, as well as its brand reputation.
Review, refine and re-engage with improved HR goals.
One of the most challenging aspects of being an HR professional is knowing when to exercise discretion in a difficult decision, rather than simply go by the book.
There are many 2019 trends in employee benefits being predicted by HR professionals, including the rise of telemedicine, the creation of innovative plans and the emergence of new cost control methods.
Some of the biggest HR challenges of 2018 are likely to reappear in the new year.
It’s important to revisit and update your handbook on a regular basis.