Employers sponsoring an onsite health clinic must navigate through several compliance issues if they also offer employees high deductible health plans (HDHPs) paired with health savings accounts (HSAs).Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Employers that are launching a student-loan repayment benefit can gauge enrollment numbers and overall costs before rolling out a...
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Republicans are no longer expected to make big changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). But bipartisan legislation streamlining...
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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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As 2017 ended, the U.S. Senate confirmed Preston Rutledge as the new assistant secretary of labor for the Employee...
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Employers can ensure their vendors are delivering competitive pricing and services by putting contracts out to bid at least...
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A building manager who attended management meetings and supervised and directed others could still be entitled to overtime pay...
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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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