What’s ahead for employers during President Obama’s second term? In this guest post, a group of employment attorneys from the law firm Cozen O’Connor collaborate to tell us what to expect.
What this employer’s FMLA policy didn’t say has it facing an expensive jury trial.
Turns out a presidential veto isn’t the only thing standing between Congressional Republicans and changing Obamacare’s definition of a full-time employee to one that works 40 hours a week.
Got questions about your grandfathered health plan for next year?
The employer mandate has officially kicked in, but it’s far from the last healthcare reform requirement employers have to worry about.
HR has been and will continue to wear a lot of hats when it comes to healthcare reform. One tool HR pros may be overlooking, according to systems developer Marco L. Padovani: analytics.
There are a number of different ways for employers to determine whether an individual is a full-time employee or an independent contractor (IC), but is there one single method all companies should be using? In recent guidance, the DOL answered that question with a resounding “yes.”
Health reform made it possible for small employers to receive a tax credit for the health premiums they pay for their workers — and the feds just released key info employers need to calculate their credits.
As you prepare to welcome your summer interns with open arms, take a step back and think about just how much internships have changed over the last half-century — and a look at where they’re going next.
More than four years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, employers are just now getting a complete picture of what’s required of them to comply with the employer “play-or-pay” mandate.
There’s good news and there’s bad news regarding the instructions for the recently issued draft forms for the Affordable Care Act’s reporting requirements.
Given the costs of hiring full-time employees, more companies are turning to independent contractors to cover part of their staffing needs. But are they opening themselves up to legal danger?
The IRS recently did something regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) it was adamant it wouldn’t do this year.
There may be a new type of Obamacare lawsuit looming on the horizon — and this one would target employers.
In the latest chapter of two highly publicized lawsuits involving independent contractors (ICs), Uber is officially on the hook for $100 million to its drivers. But did the ride-hailing company actually come out on top with this settlement?
Watch out: A lot of employers have at least some workers for whom health coverage would be deemed “unaffordable” — and that could mean trouble. Are you one of them?
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