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.
On March 7, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a proposed rule that would extend overtime pay eligibility to over one million American workers.
The government has released a proposed rule to expand the use of HRAs so that they could be used to pay for medical coverage.
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.
The most efficient way to improve productivity is to study your workforce’s current output, analyze the behavior and then make the necessary adjustments.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that the Social Security wage base will be raised to $132,900 for 2019, which represents a $4,500 increase from the 2018 wage base.
View this new brief regarding the 2019 State of the Union Address and how it relates to the Employee Benefits Market.
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.
The rise of artificial intelligence represents a threat to the continued relevance of human workers, and in turn, the Human Resources professionals who serve them.