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Delayed but not forgotten: The Cadillac Tax

The Cadillac Tax is set to go into effect in 2020, after having been delayed by Congress a few years ago. What should employers do now? Estimate your exposure to the Cadillac Tax using reasonable assumptions, look for ways to minimize or delay the exposure, make incremental changes and prioritize large changes where feasible. This can put you in a good position for facing and responding to the Cadillac Tax. 

What recent legal changes to contraceptive coverage mean for employers

Before the recent legal changes, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) required employer-sponsored group health plans to cover all FDA-approved contraceptive methods, aside from three exceptions. Changes to one of the exceptions (the religious accommodation process) will impact coverage for some employers. This article explains the scope of the changes and how affected employers should respond.

Why is your employee handbook so important?

What if you had a document that informed employees of your expectations, carefully and thoughtfully articulated your rules and benefits, and provided consistent insight into your operating procedures? One that employees would be expected to read and understand, and perhaps even provide you with legal protections and defenses? You can and should have this very document — it’s called an employee handbook.
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