Check The Fine Print
As the saying goes, an oral agreement is as good as the paper it’s written on. However, once it’s in writing, it might as well be written in stone. Such is the case with labor contracts.
Closing the Coverage Gap
During this one hour webinar, you'll hear more about the challenges facing employers today and practical solutions to help close this coverage gap.
The EEOC’s New Wellness Regulations: Another Layer of Confusion
The EEOC recently issued two final rules governing how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) apply to employee wellness programs.
Proposed Rule on Expatriate Health Plans, Excepted Benefits, and Essential Health Benefits
In a tri-agency proposed rule, the Department of Labor (DOL), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and Department of Treasury (Treasury) have published guidance discussing expatriate health plans (expat plans), excepted benefits, and essential health benefits (EHBs).
“Stressed” Is “Desserts” Spelled Backward
Stress eating, sometimes called emotional eating, is where a person feels the need to eat (usually in large amounts) some type of “junk” or “comfort food” in response to an emotional situation rather than due to feelings of being hungry.