Employers Council Benefits Planning 2020
Congratulations, you just put benefits open enrollment to bed for 2019… Now let’s look forward to benefits planning for 2020! Various surveys highlight emerging benefits and reveal a changing landscape of employee expectations and competitive practices. It is clear that employers cannot just rely on previous benefits practices. Possibly the single most important lesson is... Read more »
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Deviance in the Workplace
Employers of all sorts have been in the news lately with harrowing stories about the terrible behaviors of their employees, including those in positions of trust. Corporations, government, churches, and schools have become the scene of abhorrent acts of exploitation, harassment, and worse, thereby exacerbating the situations for the victims. Question are being asked about... Read more »
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ACA “Unconstitutional” – No Need to Act
Judge Reed O’Connor with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas issued a decision over the weekend which held the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) to be unconstitutional. Yet, employers need do nothing until a final decision is made, sometime in the future, by the U.S. Supreme Court, as is... Read more »
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