A proposed rule by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) would allow small business to band together and purchase health insurance without some of the regulatory requirements that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) imposes on smaller employers. Advocates say that of the proposal will make it easier for small businesses to afford better coverage for their employees. Critics contend that it’s a way to get around the ACA requirement that plans cover essential health benefits.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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A California court recently awarded $4.5 million for an employer’s failure to grant additional leave under state law.
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The Supreme Court found that car service advisors are exempt from overtime requirements, rejecting the principle that exemptions should...
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An employer that fires workers shortly before they vest in a pension, retiree health or other benefit should be...
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The passage of the 2017 tax act will cause some employers to revisit their executive compensation programs, since new...
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The Senate Finance Committee has made major revisions to Senate Republicans’ proposal for tax reform. Senators added a business...
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