The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is now requiring most EEO-1 filers to submit compensation data and hours worked as part of their EEO-1 reporting obligation.
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Here are some ideas to consider as you create your rehiring policy and procedures.
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The law creates potential exposures and legal implications for employers.
Major ransomware operation shuts down, third-party breach impacts 12 million patients, U.S. ramps up cyber-attacks, and more.
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Being family friendly can do wonders for employee retention and recruiting, and few benefits can help employers build their reputation better than a paid family and medical leave program. Employers who don’t offer the right paid leave program are at risk of losing the war for talent.
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High associate turnover is costly, distracting, and unproductive for law firms. To recruit and retain the right mid-level associates, partners, and other staff, law firms must provide short- and long-term incentives
that align with their culture and goals in order to
create a professional environment crucial to the success
of the firm's attorneys. Benefits and related services need
to mesh with the entire compensation structure for all
levels, from junior associate through full partner.
Assuming a significant portion of the assets that you have accumulated are in the form of a privately held business, planning is important, and so is timing Unfortunately, life doesn’t come with guarantees. That calls for contingency planning to make sure that you or your family receive a realistic value for the equity stake you have in your business in the event of the unexpected.
On-site clinics are a growing trend, but employers should consider the legal implications and practical considerations of sponsoring on-site clinics. This eBook discusses the risks, compliance and administrative obligations, as well as, the best practices for implementing a clinic designed to help reduce health plan costs and boost employee productivity.
Frequency and severity of large claims are on the rise as the cost of medications and treatment continues to increase. Large claims are also more likely to be ongoing and have repeated high annual costs. These factors, combined with the elimination of lifetime claim maximums under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), have created disruption in the normally sleepy stop-loss world.
This eBook is a great companion piece to our upcoming "Motivating the Millennials" webinar on Wednesday, April 18. Register for this complimentary webinar and join us to better understanding the mindset and motivations of the Millennial generation. This eBook will cover the leading benefit strategies for attracting and motivating this new generation of workers.
More employees are working
past age 65 instead of retiring, and many employers are wondering: Does the employee’s Medicare
eligibility affect the employer’s benefit programs? This eBook addresses the most
common questions we receive regarding issues such as eligibility, entitlement, health plan design and enrollment, employee education, and more.
Telemedicine provides medical care “on demand” by
phone, smartphone, tablet or PC, as well as remote
evaluations and monitoring. Employers are adopting telemedicine initiatives in record numbers for the potential cost-savings, improved employee productivity, increased access to healthcare and enhanced employee relations. Your decisions about the design of your telemedicine program will have practical and legal compliance implications. This eBook will help you evaluate your options.
In this publication, we will first discuss the best practices for protecting your manufacturing plant and contents. Next, we will address the importance of protecting your income stream and paying for the extra expenses that accompany a property loss. Finally, we will address some of the less obvious property exposures that can damage your business.
Offering fringe benefits that are valuable to employees can improve job satisfaction, employee retention and recruiting. Fringe benefits can be both taxable and nontaxable. To avoid tax liability, inaccurate payroll records and peeved employees, it is vital employers know the differences between taxable and nontaxable fringe benefits as well as the compliance requirements for nontaxable fringe benefits. This eBook on nontaxable fringe benefits will discuss options offered outside of an employer's cafeteria plan, employee business expenses as well as reimbursable expenses (incurred by employees) and health and wellness benefits.
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