We know you’re busy—that’s why we’ve condensed various compliance topics into quick bits of information we call the ComplianceMINUTE with Dan Kuperstein.
February 24, 2017
On December 31, 2016, on the eve of the effective date for ACA Nondiscrimination rules, a federal district court enjoined the enforcement of these regulations. While the government may still appeal the decision, after Jan. 20, President Donald Trump could decide to eliminate or revise the final regulation.
February 2, 2017
In AARP v. EEOC, a federal district court in D.C. refused to halt new EEOC wellness rules that went into effect on January 1, 2017. Benefits compliance Attorney Dan Kuperstein explains the effect this ruling may have on employers, and what may come next.
January 27, 2017
The proposed opt-out rules issued by the IRS in July 2016 have been delayed after employer concerns were raised. Many employers found the proposed rules to be overly complicated and difficult to implement. Employee Benefits Attorney Dan Kuperstein explains.
January 19, 2017
While Mr. Trump is probably more famous for his reality TV show than his healthcare policies, there is quite a lot of substance to his proposed healthcare policies, and their implementation will require significant changes to U.S. healthcare and tax laws.
Please join our in-house experts on employee health and wellness programs, as they explain what you need to boost the health of your employees and lead to a better ROI.
March 23, 2017
Employee Education & Communication Director Gary Cassidy discusses the key elements of your wellness strategy that can impact your participants’ engagement. Strategy focuses on your tone, understanding your population, your timing and outcomes.
March 16, 2017
While cracking the code of your organization’s demographics and communications can seem challenging, you will help increase your participant’s engagement in your wellness program, but also provide you with the aggregate metrics you need to be successful.
March 9, 2017
In this ongoing WellnessMINUTE series, Employee Education & Communication Director Gary Cassidy explains how to identify all plan participants, not just your benefits-eligible employees. Spouses can represent 40-50% of your benefits spend and employees not on your health plan can also impact the health & wellness of others in the workplace.
Feb, 16, 2017
Wellness program reputation is about the confidence your participants have in your wellness program. Whether it’s about consistency, trust, or privacy and security, a key element to combatting those issues was communication.
Our resident benefits experts strip away the fluff in brief videos that get straight to the point. Watch our BeneMINUTE series for quick intelligence.
December 8, 2016
Employee Benefits Consultants Loretta Metzger and John Milne describe how to harness corporate health & wellness programs and other strategies to educate and engage Millennials about physical and fiscal health.
November 10, 2016
Employee Benefits Consultant John Milne discusses how to engage and educate Millennials during open enrollment and beyond. The key? Benefits administration technology.
October 25, 2016
Employee benefits experts John Milne and Loretta Metzger say it’s important to guide Millennials toward insurance consumerism and conscious healthcare decision-making. Knowledge is power.
June 9, 2016
Benefits administration expert Andrew Brickman highlights 2 key ways to help determine your organization’s readiness to use decision support and how to ensure employees maximize the value of your benefit program offerings.