Employers Can Weather Health Costs with Smart Strategies

Lesser-known cost factors can burden employers’ plans, but companies can make tweaks to keep their benefit offerings competitive and valuable.

Compliance Alert: Auto Enrollment, Employer Mandate and Waiting Periods

The federal government has issued a set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) addressing various topics under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

It’s Official: Agencies Release Final Rules on SBC, GINA, 401(k)s

The federal government has been busy issuing final rules on a number of benefits-related regulations that will directly impact employers.

March Webinar: W-2 Reporting

Learn about the new Form W-2 requirements and how you can prepare for the changes.

In Brief: Union Elections

The NLRB is proposing a series of rules that would change procedures regarding union representation elections.

Agencies Finalize Guidance on Summary of Benefits and Coverage

Federal agencies have issued a final rule that eased a few requirements on the summary of benefits and coverage (SBC) and moved the deadline to comply.

Employers Go High-Tech with Benefit Information

Employers of all sizes are turning to new technologies to make benefit communications easier and more effective.

DOL Finalizes, Delays 401(k) Fee Disclosure Rules

After months of delay, the Department of Labor (DOL) has just released final regulations under Section 408(b)(2) of ERISA.

Expert: CDHPs Can Succeed with Right Incentives

A little nudge (and maybe some cash) can spur employees to be good health consumers, which can save employers money in the long run, experts say.