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By Megan DiMartino, 10/24/2017
Working from home has become quite the luxury and invaluable benefit that many employees have come to know and love.
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By Megan DiMartino, 10/05/2017
Unfortunately, the Affordable Care Act’s employer reporting and shared responsibility penalties have not been repealed, like many hoped. So small businesses that have grown in 2016 to fifty or more full-time/full-time equivalent employees have crossed over to an Applicable Large Employer (ALE) status and...
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By Megan DiMartino, 09/21/2017
InMay 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released its final rule with regard to employer wellness programs. The rules went into effect January 1, 2017, and state that the incentive (or penalty) for participating (or not participating) in a wellness program may not exceed 30% of a group...
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By Megan DiMartino, 09/19/2017
Contrary to popular belief, the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) individual and employer mandate penalties continue to apply and the IRS intends to enforce them.
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By Megan DiMartino, 02/09/2017
The number of employers looking to offer paid parental leave is on the rise. A solid company policy is needed and Jeff Nowak fromFMLA Insightshas some of the best practices you can consider when drafting your policy.
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By Megan DiMartino, 01/16/2017
When life brings you theunexpected, it may be necessary to take leave from work. This can occur in several ways. Here's a look at what reduced schedule and intermittent FMLA leave entails.
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By Megan DiMartino, 01/12/2017
Has your company proposed their New Year resolution yet? How about resolving to keep your employees happy…
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By Megan DiMartino, 12/08/2016
It is projected that by 2024 the working class of people aged 55+ will be the largest among all age groups at 24.8%. Compare that to 1994’s statistics where they were the smallest among all age groups at 11.9%.
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