President Donald Trump signed into law a two-year delay on the 40 percent excise tax on high-value health care plans—the so-called Cadillac tax—as part of the measure to restore funding to the federal government. Both political parties supported the provision to postpone the Cadillac tax from taking effect until 2022, instead of in 2020—as did the Society for Human Resource Management. President Donald Trump signed into law a two-year delay on the 40 percent excise tax on high-value health care plans—the so-called Cadillac tax—as part of the measure to restore funding to the federal government. Employer advocates praised the move but also called on Congress to permanently repeal the levy.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Self-insured health plan sponsors shouldn’t be intimidated when an out-of-network health care provider sends a demand letter threatening action...
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An employer was ordered to pay liquidated damages where an employee’s position was misclassified as overtime-exempt under the Fair...
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Like previous Republican-backed bills, the Graham-Cassidy measure would eliminate penalties imposed on individuals who don’t purchase health care (the...
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Pennsylvania’s governor has directed the state labor department to develop a plan to clarify overtime regulations and increase the...
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Allegations that an employer requested that a job assignment be completed during Family and Medical Leave Act time off...
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