Providing Employee Compensation Information to the EEOC – What Business Owners Should Know

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforces federal laws that prevent employers from discriminating against employees on the basis of race, gender, age, national origin, and so on. Every year there is a deadline that employers must meet when it comes to reporting the compensation details of all of their employees.  There are currently over 70,000…

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Does Value-Based Insurance Lead To More Effective Employee Benefit Programs?

Because of all the changes happening in the health insurance industry due to the Affordable Care Act, many employers have been seeking different options for their company healthcare and their benefits programs that are available to their employees. We’ve discussed extensively how becoming self-insured is one of the most attractive options available to employers, but…

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Rollovers, Grace Periods and Run Outs

Each year, it is highly recommended that all companies who offer flexible spending accounts review three important terms that are FSA-related. Your human relations team probably has a good understanding of FSA rollovers, grace periods and runout periods, most employees in other departments tend to not know the difference between them. In some cases, they…

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State of the Union Address and Employee Benefits

Every year, the President of the United States gives the State of the Union Address (SOTU) to a joint session of Congress. President Trump gave the SOTU for 2019 earlier this year, and brought up several key issues regarding employee benefits and workplace healthcare. Some of those issues Trump talked about were paid family leave,…

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