Employers can use the ACA as a framework to communicate the value of their plans in a positive light.
Health care benefits still offer a sense of financial and emotional security despite the substantial changes in who pays for what.Read More
Halbig v. Burwell challenged the IRS interpretation of two conflicting provisions and lost at the U.S. District Court of D.C. The appeals court overturned the lower court’s decision.Read More
One cost-saving strategy is growing in popularity: conducting audits to ensure that every dependent is eligible for health care benefits.Read More
Telemedicine programs can help workers defer the ever-growing cost of health care.Read More
Many employees will find new benefit options and other changes that will require more education and assistance from employers as workers make their choices.Read More
What the iPhone did for communication and entertainment, wearable devices may do for health and wellness programs, too.Read More
There are ways to communicate with employees that put your benefit plans as well as the Affordable Care Act in a positive light.
Governments across Europe have been making budget cuts and wellness programs are among the first to go.
Obesity is a leading source of workplace disability, but nixing vending machines and handing out pedometers isn’t enough to get employees back and working at their full potential.