Nobody wants to be audited–especially by the Department of Labor. Audits usually either arise from a complaint (which leads to an investigation) or are totally random.
Eighty-nine percent of job seekers with student loan debt said they believe companies should offer student loan repayment as an employee benefit, according to a survey by Beyond.com.
The terms “wellness” and “well-being” are often used interchangeably; however, they mean very different things when applied to workplace health promotion.
The program enables the IRS, Social Security Administration, and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to share information about whether Medicare beneficiaries or their spouses are working.
Eighty-one percent of employees have elected vision benefits in 2016, up from 78 percent last year, according to Transitions.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has placed numerous obligations and responsibilities on applicable large employers (ALEs) and employers who sponsor group health plans.
After a long wait, the Department of Labor has released the revisions to the white collar overtime exemption rules in the Fair Labor Standards Act. The new rule becomes effective on December 1, 2016.
Corporate disaster plans used to be just weather-related, but in today’s world these plans should include acts of terrorism.
An often heard excuse for people not exercising is that they don’t have time to do it. We all have time for something, it just depends on whether we want to make time for it.
From 2013 to 2015, a series of Supreme Court cases and government updates have changed the landscape of the way employers must consider same-sex spouses in relation to employee benefits.