Most employer health plans are expected to continue providing no-cost contraception coverage for women, despite the Trump administration’s announcement that it will allow employers to claim a religious or moral exemption to the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage requirement. Employee relations repercussions and maternity costs are factors to consider.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck, with little or no money set aside for common emergencies. Employer-sponsored “rainy day”...
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A former vice president of sales could not proceed with his multicount complaint against his former employer, including his...
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Republican leaders in Congress included in the latest stopgap government funding bill a provision to delay the Cadillac tax...
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