A voluntary plan that turns out not to be voluntary can also be a complicated maze of paperwork for an employer.
The lure of lower health insurance premiums is enticing some employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
COVID-19 survivors who suffer long-term health challenges might qualify for protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
For every $1 invested in the treatment and support of mental health disorders, an employer can see a return of $4 in improved health and productivity, according to estimates by The World Health Organization.
Healthcare facilities are particular targets for cyber attack because of the extent of data stored and the amount of access provided to external networks.
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.
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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.