Here’s some great news: If the Department of Labor’s too overloaded to handle your employee’s FLSA or FMLA complaint, a new federal program will help that worker get in touch with a lawyer who can pursue the matter.
Compensation & Payroll
Got employees who hope to retire around age 65? If so, it looks like they’ll need to find a way to sock more money away.
If you’re working for a small business, pat yourself on the back. You’re leading the pack in the effort to get people back to work.
Of workers age 50 and over currently receiving employer-sponsored health benefits, 52% think health reform will make their situation “worse off.” Meanwhile, fewer younger workers share their concerns, found a new survey.
The nation’s largest workers’ comp insurer says it’s tracking an odd trend this recession – and as a result, employers are likely to see their comp premiums increase.
Employees will have to use up any remaining Flexible Spending Account (FSA) money by the end of the year – or lose it. Here are some ways to make sure no cash they’ve set aside goes to waste.
Recent research shows that more small employers plan to drop their health plans than larger employers after healthcare reform is firmly in place.
Whether you hand out year-end bonuses or give them to employees throughout the year, here are three things to think about before breaking out the company checkbook.
Beginning in 2011, insurers in the individual and group market must spend at least 80% of the premiums they receive on health care — or issue rebates for the difference.