Many people have postponed preventive care during the pandemic, waiting for a safer time to visit a doctor. That time may be coming soon, so employers should be ready for health claims to surge this year.
Looking for ways to supplement your company’s 401(k) retirement plan? Want to reward employees who helped build your business? Looking for ways to facilitate succession planning?
Employers who self-fund or level fund their health coverage benefits can lower their costs by working with third-party contractors to manage aspects of their plan using a practice called carve-outs.
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 includes significant, temporary COBRA and DCAP changes.
While some states have enacted laws shielding business from some liability, guidance varies greatly between jurisdictions regarding which businesses qualify for immunity; which actions or omissions are protected; and how long immunity lasts.
Your employees can use their 401(k) savings to help with the costs of a qualified birth or adoption. Employers who decide to allow a QBOAD, will need to have their retirement plan administrators update their systems and plan documents.
Some states are experiencing a backlog in Driver’s License renewals. As an employer, you may want to communicate to your workers – especially those who drive company vehicles – not to wait until the last minute to renew their license in their expiring month.
Working remotely doesn’t always come naturally to employees, especially among those who are used to the accountability of in-person workplaces. With this in mind, employers may need to step in to help facilitate productivity and attentiveness—particularly when working in person isn’t an option. This article provides four tips for supporting remote employee productivity while still enabling collaboration.
Encourage your employees to talk to their broker for guidance and to find out how to get the most out of their dental and medical insurance policies.