Wishing you many beautiful new beginnings in 2015.
Like most years in recent memory, 2014 was full of twists and turns for benefits professionals. They stayed on their toes as industry developments took shape and trends drove benefits change. Read our countdown of what we saw as the top five benefits stories for 2014.
Through an executive order announced Nov. 20, President Obama took steps to expand resident and employment eligibility for up to 5 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States. After a broad scan of news and analysis on how the president’s order affects employers, here are...
Survey finds consumers rate health insurance shopping as highly unenjoyable.
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more.” —Melody Beattie
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that employer health benefit plans that don’t cover inpatient hospitalization won’t meet the minimum value threshold set by the Affordable Care Act. Get the details in this week’s news dash.
We are honored to bring you the 2014 Inside Benefits Communication Survey report, a collaborative research effort conducted with the National Business Coalition on Health. It analyzes data from more than 300 high-level benefits professionals about strategizing and implementing benefits...
Need help getting your foot in the door with retirement planning communication? Your job just got a little easier—$500 easier. The Internal Revenue Service announced last week retirement plan cost of living adjustments for 2015. Read the details in this week’s news dash.
Don't binge on Halloween candy to relieve open enrollment stress! Instead, offer up these four communication tricks and treats to keep employees engaged and informed.
Read the latest from our editorial director Kelley Butler, whose column appears bimonthly in Workforce magazine. In this reprint from September, she offers three key messages for employers to share about health care reform.