The IRS has published draft forms and instructions to help employers prepare for reporting on health coverage they offered to their employees in 2017. The forms are to be distributed to employees and filed with the IRS early in 2018 by employers subject to the Affordable Care Act’s reporting requirements.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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HR leaders can rely on a bevy of digital technologies to improve benefits communication. Whether they use apps, videos,...
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Keeping participant fees in check has become a primary focus of defined contribution plan sponsors. Benchmarking plan administration and...
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The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that employee benefit plans must comply with a previously delayed final rule...
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Seasonal workers are in high demand as businesses prepare for the annual crush of customers. Here are some tips...
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As the Department of Labor probes Wells Fargo’s 401(k) rollover practices, plan sponsors should see that their service providers...
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Wage and hour laws don’t take a holiday. Make sure you comply with requirements on seasonal bonuses, time-keeping, staffing...
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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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