There’s no place for bullying and that’s especially true in the workplace, yet many employees bully their co-workers. So, how does this happen?
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) allows qualified beneficiaries who lose health benefits due to a qualifying event to continue group health benefits.
There are alarms to help people wake up, but there isn’t anything similar to help people fall asleep. It seems that no matter how much you zone out just before going to bed, the minute your head hits the pillow your brain kicks into overdrive.
This webinar will cover what to consider when offering severance agreements or bonus plans.
COBRA requires group health plans to provide notices to covered employees and their families explaining their COBRA rights when certain events occur.
Leveraging more than 70 years of industry experience and insights from Guardian’s 2017 Absence Management Study, their presenters will discuss current trends, challenges, and potential solutions.
Ever hear of the acronym “CLEM”? That stands for career-limiting email and is a reminder to reconsider sending anything out in writing when a phone call may be the better option.
On June 22, 2017, the U.S. Senate released a “Discussion Draft” of the “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” (BCRA), aimed at “repealing and replacing” the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).
One of the latest things trending right now in business is the importance of office culture. When everyone in the office is working well together, productivity rises and efficiency increases.
The Department of Labor is requesting comment on a draft model form to request information regarding nonquantitative treatment limitations.