Like previous Republican-backed bills, the Graham-Cassidy measure would eliminate penalties imposed on individuals who don’t purchase health care (the individual mandate) and against employers with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees that don’t provide ACA-compliant health care (the employer mandate). But unlike previous bills, Graham-Cassidy would allow individual states broad leeway to keep the ACA’s key provisions in place, if they chose to do so.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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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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The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted a Department of Labor (DOL) motion to halt litigation over the...
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Employers often hesitate to conduct workplace investigations or take disciplinary action against an employee taking leave under the Family...
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A fair and transparent pay process boosts employee engagement even more than providing additional pay does, new research reveals....
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