The Trump administration has called for scrapping a requirement that publicly traded companies show how much their CEOs are paid compared with average workers, a disclosure scheduled to take effect in 2018. Nevertheless, executive pay advisors say that the requirement is still the law and is likely to remain so, given that Congress and the Securities and Exchange Commission aren’t expected to take action.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Outsourcing HR functions may jeopardize the jobs of some in-house HR professionals but can be a smart move for...
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Outsourcing the processing of Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage, is common. But employers remain responsible for...
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A California court recently awarded $4.5 million for an employer’s failure to grant additional leave under state law.
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Employers sponsoring an onsite health clinic must navigate through several compliance issues if they also offer employees high deductible...
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