After speaking with the leader of Towers Watson's Exchange Solutions segment and Liazons CEO to understand how small and larger employers should strategically approach the private exchanges, here are the key thoughts employers of any size should consider when deciding whether to shift to a defined contribution approach to health care benefits.
The most common questions ThinkHR, an HR and compliance solution-provider, gets during the holiday season is surrounding holiday parties. The group provides recommendations here for the perfect office-appropriate get together.
Emails obtained by the Republican majority of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce reveal that the Obama administration knew this summer that the federal SHOP exchange would likely not be ready for launch on Oct. 1.
With the ACA requiring even more communications to employees, many employers might consider shifting to electronic means for all disclosure notices, but there are many rules here and employers and their advisers should be careful.
At the crux of the issue are two constitutional distinctions: whether the corporations are people rights of for-profit companies extent to religious rights for the corporation, as opposed to just their owners, and what kind of accommodations for different views are required.
Chris Duchesne, VP, Global Workplace Solutions for Care.com, outlines the generational shifts in workforce demographics that are causing employers to re-examine their child care and elder care benefit offerings.
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