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This year, 12 brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2020 Employee Benefits Power Broker winners. An additional five brokers were named as finalists.
Changes in paid parental leave, mental health concerns, and the use of marijuana in the workplace are among the workplace disability trends to watch in 2020.
Companies eschew employees, offer alternatives for insurance benefits.
With modern work environments and millennial mindsets, paid-leave remains a competitive asset for employers and a hot topic in business.
Affordable Care Act reporting is mind-numbingly complicated. Here’s how to see your way through the weeds when you discover an error.
A look a the mental health crisis plaguing America’s food and beverage industry and what’s being done on the ground to address employees’ struggles with mental illnesses.
Paid leave across the U.S. is continually changing, with new laws being passed every month. Luckily, there are a few helpful ways to stay on top of the evolving landscape.
Younger workers are increasingly eschewing traditional employment. This trend could have a huge effect on the workers’ compensation landscape.
Paid family leave laws differ from state to state, so it’s important for employers and their insurers to remain up-to-date on the latest requirements and legislation surrounding the practice.
Paid leave is more than just an employee benefit; it’s where law and business practices catch up with decades of social and economic change.
A dental and vision benefits administrator becomes the latest victim of hackers seeking personally identifiable information.
The matrix of leave and disability laws affecting pregnant women is involved and requires diligent risk management on the part of employers.
Whether traveling abroad or to the next town over, employees on the road face a variety of risks. And employers can’t always rely on workers’ comp to cover everything.
Employers have a broad range of options at their disposal to create a work environment conducive to better mental health for all employees.
Low-interest employee loans, from which the company does not benefit, strike us as a great idea for other companies to adopt.
Uncapped spending on catastrophic claims and sky-high price tags for specialty drugs top the list of key employee benefits issues impacting employers.
Expansion of the types and range of accommodations requested calls for better communication between employees who have a disability and their employers.
Among Millenials and Gen-Zers, work-life balance is of paramount importance. The government shutdown places even more pressure on employers to demonstrate their value proposition.
A plan to keep affordable health care coverage during a government shutdown is needed. Here is what it could look like.