Intermittent FMLA leave is a giant thorn in the side of HR people everywhere. But not all intermittent leave requests are equal. Here’s a look at some of the most common scenarios, and how to handle them.
Nine-digit health claims are becoming the norm rather than the exception.
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?