Commentary: Advisers should know about options for employers to get help in the ever-changing regulatory environment.
As new social media platforms arise, there are more opportunities for brokers to act as trusted advisers.'
Recruitment techniques aimed at promoting a diverse workforce have maintained a high stature among the HR professionals, where more than half report using these strategies, according to a new survey from the Society for Human Resource Management.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation that would modify the Affordable Care Acts definition of a full-time employee from one who works 30-hours a week to one who works 40-hours a week.
Yes, the ACA open-enrollment deadline has passed. No, that doesnt mean employers cannot terminate or change their health plan because employees can still enroll on the exchange.
Current regulations dont require a retirement plan providers investment advice be in the best interest of plan participants, but most employers want that to change, an AARP study finds.
John Prible, vice president of federal government affairs for the Big I, talks to EBA about industry concerns over the rocky ACA implementation, the associations efforts to reform the agent licensing process and other top 2014 priorities.
A divided U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday debated whether companies can assert religious rights, hearing arguments in an ideological clash over the Affordable Care Act and rules that promote contraceptive coverage.
Republican leaders on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are challenging the Treasury Departments authority to delay the Affordable Care Acts employer mandate, calling it a political move directed by President Obama ahead of the November elections.
Starting April 1, New York Citys newly minted paid sick leave law mandating coverage for all workers at businesses with five or more employees will take effect. Expectations by city government officials highlight that paid sick leave will now be secured for 500,000 or more New Yorkers.
Under the Department of Health and Human Services final rule issued March 5 on the reinsurance fee imposed under the Affordable Care Act, some employers may be exempt in 2015 or 2016. Is your client exempt?
Before you pack your bags and head for the beach this spring break, remember the most common ways identity thieves steal personal information are more likely to happen when youre traveling, ARAG warns. The legal insurer offers five of the most common travel-related identity theft tactics and how to protect yourself from them.
Rising health care costs are driving employers to audit their covered dependents to eliminate working spouses.
Commentary: Game on at the DOL means game on for employers. Are your employers prepared for a DOL audit? Are you prepared to advise them on what an audit involves and the fines for non-compliance?
With the Affordable Care Act looming large, employers turn to benefit outsourcing to keep their plans compliant.