The Society for Human Resource Management is supporting the Commonsense Reporting Act recently introduced in the House and Senate. The bipartisan legislation would ease the Affordable Care Act’s annual reporting obligations by focusing Form 1095-C filing on employees that apply for premium tax credits through a public exchange.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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When the IRS posted a set of frequently asked questions regarding the new employer tax credit for paid family...
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Each year, employers that provide prescription drug coverage to Medicare-eligible workers, dependents or retirees must disclose to the Centers...
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David Apol, the federal government’s ethics chief, is “deeply concerned” that some government leaders have engaged in impermissible conduct,...
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A district court has vacated the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC’s) wellness rule effective Jan. 1, 2019, instructing the...
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An inclement weather policy has two dimensions: The first and most important is employee safety; the second is pay.
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