It sounds so sweet: Reports say, healthcare cost inflation is diminishing. Are they too good to be true?
Policy & Culture
There’s one question many companies aren’t asking that could pinpoint who would benefit most from your wellness program.
Great news: The IRS has eliminated one major headache for employers associated with a common fringe benefit — cell phones.
The House of Representatives has officially voiced its disapproval of the recent conduct of the National Labor Relations Board, passing a bill to limit the NLRB’s authority. Unfortunately, there’s very little hope the measure will make it into law.
That new poster everybody’s excited about hanging on the bulletin board – the one explaining employees’ rights to unionize – is finally available.
In what the National Labor Relations Board’s calling the first ruling of its kind, an NLRB administrative law judge has found a Buffalo nonprofit organization unlawfully discharged five employees for posting comments on Facebook.
It’s no secret many employers plan to shift more costs on to employees as healthcare premiums climb. If you’re in that group, here are three things you’ll want to consider before the shifts potentially disrupt morale.
Here’s proof: Some people will sue employers (or ex-employers) for anything. Can you believe this guy thought he had an FMLA interference case against Southwest Airlines?
Wellness programs are “in” for employers – and so are penalties for workers who make unhealthy choices.