The latest trend in employee benefits is a shift towards more personalized and flexible offerings that cater to the needs and preferences of individual employees.
On August 8, 2023, the Department of Labor released its final rule updating guidance related to the Davis Bacon and Related Acts (“DBRA”). The final rule expands and finalizes requirements across a
Improve financial literacy by providing employees with access to workshops, webinars, and other online resources on topics such as budgeting, debt management, investing, and retirement planning.
Employers sponsoring a group health plan with prescription drug benefits are required to notify their Medicare-eligible participants and beneficiaries as to whether the drug coverage provided under
Through the implementation of an education program, an employer can provide employees with a better understanding of the benefits offered. This allows employees to make more informed decisions about
The EEOC recently released two notices of proposed rulemaking on wellness programs under the ADA and GINA. If finalized in their current form, the notices generally align ADA rules to existing rules
The COBRA subsidy under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 is set to expire on September 30, 2021. Among other requirements, Assistance Eligible Individuals must be provided with a notice of
Effective communication of benefits to employees is critical if the employer’s goal is to maximize the impact and usage of their employee benefit program.
The Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act (COBRA) is a federal law that requires employers with 20 or more employees to offer continuing coverage to individuals who might otherwise lose their
President Biden issued an announcement to encourage all employers to offer paid time off for employees to schedule vaccinations and recover from any side effects.