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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For 2018, the IRS altered the fees it charges retirement plan sponsors when they use the Voluntary Correction Program...
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The Society for Human Resource Management is supporting the Commonsense Reporting Act recently introduced in the House and Senate....
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Telemedicine is transforming health care, allowing providers to deliver services when and where patients need them, thereby improving outcomes...
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Erring on the high side when choosing a 401(k) savings default-contribution rate won’t likely discourage employees from participating in...
Janet L. Heins|Compensation, Employee Relations, News, Performance Management, Benefits, Compensation, Equal Pay, Pay
Pay-for-performance systems may be built on faulty assumptions, calling into question the link between incentive compensation and outstanding work.
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