The Trump administration will allow employers to claim a religious or moral objection to an Affordable Care Act requirement that employer-provided health benefits include no-cost contraception coverage for women, the White House announced. A separate memo from Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlines a broad defense of religious liberty for individuals and businesses. These announcements were praised by conservatives and denounced by liberals, and are expected to spur future litigation.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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Unionized employers will have an easier time making changes to group health benefits plans based on past practices because...
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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 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is scrutinizing paid-child-bonding-leave policies closely, particularly those that distinguish between primary and secondary caregivers,...
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