More employers are considering health plan premium tiers that base employees’ contributions for health coverage on their pay level. When adopting this approach, explain the reasons behind the change, such as the organization’s commitment to providing affordable health care to all employees. And point out that other benefits may be more generous for top earners.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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More than 70 percent of small businesses using a new type of health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) that became available...
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Abuse of intermittent Family and Medical Leave Act time off is frustratingly common, but employers need not tolerate it.
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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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Retiree health care benefits end when a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between a company and a union expires, unless...
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A restaurant’s owner was deemed an employer and thus jointly and severally liable in the amount of approximately $500,000...
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The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) may be shifting its emphasis from enforcement to technical assistance, reissuing 17 opinion...
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