This month's Benefits Buzz newsletter discusses the Affordable Care Act (ACA) pay or play penalties for 2021 and the Medicare Part D notice disclosure deadline, which is Oct. 15, 2021.
This quarter's Benefits Bulletin discusses 2021 open enrollment, Affordable Care Act (ACA) pay or penalty amounts for 2021, and ACA affordability percentages for 2021.
This month's HR Brief discusses the Department of Labor's guidance on tracking hours of work for remote employees and explains how social distancing is impacting workplace culture.
On Aug. 24, the DOL issued a bulletin reminding employers they must compensate their employees for all hours they are requested or allowed to work. This Legal Update video explains further.
Conducting terminations in-person may be the standard procedure for many organizations, but with more employees working remotely than ever before, an in-person termination isn’t always feasible—or might be logistically impractical. This article offers considerations for conducting a remote termination.
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, states have passed new employee leave laws and issued new regulations and guidance on existing leave laws and programs. This Compliance Bulletin briefly summarizes new state leave rules designed for workers affected by COVID-19. It has been updated to include California's state-wide requirement for supplemental paid sick leave and Philadelphia's public health emergency leave mandate.
This video offers employers five strategies for supporting working parents.
On Sept. 24, 2020, President Donald Trump introduced the America First Health Care Plan as part of an executive order. This plan is primarily aimed at protecting people with preexisting conditions and combating surprise medical billing. This Legal Update provides an overview of the America First Health Care Plan.
On Sept. 22, 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a proposed rule to clarify how employers should classify their workers as either employees or independent contractors. Accurate worker classification enables employers to determine which obligations, protections, rights and benefits apply to their employees under the law.
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