The following is a list of federal laws that employers must follow, in addition to the Affordable Care Act, in most cases, regardless of their size.
As the economy recovers from the pandemic there are more jobs than workers. Here are six things employers can do to make it easier to find new employees...
Vision disorders cost U.S. businesses an estimated $8 billion annual in lost productivity.
Health benefits costs are almost certainly going to rise in 2021. They’ve been trending upward for years—over 50% in the last decade—and the current state of economic uncertainty over COVID-19 won’t slow things down. This article explores five cost-reduction strategies for employers.
In the event of extended loss of power or water; or in the event of extraordinary heat spells, storms, or other extreme events an energy efficient home is more likely to be a healthier home and a safer home.
Making simple changes in your workplace can save energy and resources, and help preserve the environment. This article lists some easy ways to conserve.
The answer is yes, which is why it’s important to practice good cyber risk management. State and federal laws require employers to safeguard sensitive employee data. If you don’t, you could be held liable when the information is stolen.
Educate your oil and gas workers about the dangers of working with flammable and combustible liquids with this safety talk.
The pandemic made it clear that many employees need a way to access funds in an emergency. Here’s how to make it easier for them in the future.
It’s important for employers to have clear written policies and practices when it comes to FMLA. The policies should detail the employer’s policy, including guidance on how to handle requests and tracking. Once the policies are in place, employees should receive regular communications about how FMLA works.