More than 40 million U.S. workers double as caregivers and are in need of caregiver benefits.
Open enrollment this year will be unlike any other. How do employers prepare for engaging workforce?
guidelines on setting policy for COVID-19 vaccines
It’s a rare case, but one that could affect more employers as the pandemic continues: An employer can’t force a teleworking employee to return, a Massachusetts federal district court ruled. In Peeples v. Clinical Support Opinions, Gabriel Peeples, an asthmatic social worker, asked for an accommodation to continue to telework. When he was called back […]
2021 dollar limits on health savings accounts and retirement accounts
As we approached our 2020 open enrollment, we were preparing to transition to new benefit carriers for the first time in two decades, including a new medical plan administrator and prescription drug provider. As part of the transition, it was critical for all of our employees to actively enroll for 2020 benefits. “Same as last […]
COVID-19 layoffs what to consider to avoid some unexpected 401(k) costs
employer found a way to get back to socializing
Nearly one in three millennials suffers from mental health conditions, and COVID-19 is only making it worse, says a new study. Over a five-year period, there’s been a downward trend in the health of millennials (aged 22-37), says the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association study. Researchers found among millennials, there’s been a: 43% increase in […]