As HR and business leaders you are constantly concerned about your team. Everyone depends on you to get things done, solve problems and stay compliant. Talk about stressful! If anyone deserves a lighter load, it’s you. During this 30-minute webinar we’ll offer some tips and guidance on practical things you can do to take care of yourself and make it through the workday (cause who’s got time for a 90-minute yoga class?).
Compliance Questions of the Month
Question: We have a full-time employee. Her hire date was 4/1/16. She is going to a part-time position as of 4/1/20. She is currently eligible for and on the group health plan. When does her coverage end, and when do we offer COBRA? Answer: The answer depends on if you are an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) or not. If you are an ALE, you will need […]Read more
EEOC Updates Guidance Related to COVID-19 Testing
( 2 MINUTE READ ) The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) recently updated its COVID-19 Guidance Page. The revised guidance advised that general testing administered by employers consistent with current CDC guidance will meet the ADA’s “business necessity” standard. However, in order for an employer to test only one employee, the employer should have a reasonable objective […]Read more
Webinar: How Employers Can Use Medical Loss Ratio Rebates and Other Health Insurer Refunds
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT Register Now Join us this month for an overview of the Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) and when employers will be entitled to an MLR rebate. We will discuss employer obligations regarding MLR rebate funds or other insurance refunds and the options that are available […]Read more
Do you have employees working in the following states: California, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, Rhode Island or Vermont?
( 2 MINUTE READ ) If so, please continue reading. Employers with operations in states who are Applicable Large Employers (ALE) (companies with 50 or more employees) have an additional state level ACA reporting requirement as part of the state’s Individual Mandate. The Individual Mandate requires individuals to purchase qualifying health coverage or pay a tax penalty unless […]Read more