Videos Make Everything Better
You don’t need to look at the success of YouTube to realize that people are naturally drawn to online videos. The same can be said when people are looking for a job.
FAQs on ACA Implementation
On December 20, 2016, the Department of Labor, Department of Health and Human Services, and the Treasury issued FAQs About Affordable Care Act Implementation Part 35. The FAQ covers a new HIPAA special enrollment period, an update on women’s preventive services that must be covered, and clarifying information on qualifying small employer health reimbursement arrangements.
When Employers Offer Health Benefits to Non-Employees
In addition to offering health benefits to employees, many employers choose to extend benefits to non-employees, such as 1099 contractors, leased or temporary employees, members of a board of directors, shared employees, interns, and more.
The Holiday Liability
Some employees may dread the office holiday party, some may look forward to it, but it’s almost a given that the company’s HR department holds its collective breath every year until the next morning.
Is A Shorter Workday Better? Only Time Will Tell.
If you or a coworker is a “clock watcher” when it comes to that five o’clock rush out the door, you may rejoice in not having to watch the clock for as long during the workday.
EEOC Issues New Guidance on National Origin Discrimination
National origin discrimination is discrimination because an individual is, or the individual’s ancestors are, from a certain place or has the physical, cultural, or linguistic characteristics of a particular national origin group, including Native American tribes.
Pawsome Pet Benefits
Any employer that offers pet benefits to its employees certainly gets a round of appaws from me.