We have come a long way since ignorance labeled AIDS 'gay cancer.' Still, HIV and AIDS carry a certain stigma, which employers must avoid.
Diversifying the workforce is a worthy goal, but beware of the legal implications when importing overseas standards.
What does this all mean for employers? Let’s take a look, via the helpful Q&A the EEOC published.
Imagine my shock when I heard that President Barack Obama has rejected prepping a plan B should the Supreme Court rule against the Affordable Care Act in the King v. Burwell case.No contingency plan; going it sans Plan B. If they rule against us, we’ll take a look at our options. Hoo boy.
Between 2014 and 2015, total premiums increased 2.6 percent — certainly modest compared to 2009, but a monstrous decrease from the 2000s.
A key reason for this lack of preparedness is difficulty in tracking hours to determine if an employee is eligible for health care coverage.
I predict that all (or most all) of the federally facilitated exchange states will quickly adopt a state exchange, making the court’s decision moot.
Rick Bell and I will live blog throughout the day on March 4 on the Supreme Court hearings on constitutionality of the individual premium subsidies of the Affordable Care Act.
Leave the political arguments of the ACA to the glib pundits and analysts; we sought out people on the ground floor, those who have to make it work, whatever their feelings about the law or its political symbolism.