Most employers see consumer-driven healthcare (CDH) as a key part of their long-term healthcare strategy.
Here’s another reminder that a woman’s pregnancy can’t be used against her in any employment situation — including promotion decisions.
You contribute a lot of money so your employees can have health insurance. And, most likely, you want them to use it to stay healthy — and stave off serious (not to mention costly) medical problems down the road. There’s just one problem.
One online community held a contest to see who could create the best way to explain the Affordable Care Act. This was the winner.
Most companies — including many small businesses — are on the hook to send their employers a heads-up about the new healthcare reform exchanges by Oct. 1. Here’s what you need to say and do to stay in compliance.
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.
The election results sealed the deal: The Obama administration’s healthcare reform package will stand. So where does that leave employers?
Another day, another study on what companies plan to do when the bulk of healthcare reform changes take effect in 2014.
It’s a fact: The health care reform law’s individual mandate penalty would cost companies far less than providing health insurance for employees. But cost can’t be the only factor companies use to decide whether to drop coverage when the mandate takes effect in 2014.