Employee Benefits

SECURE 2.0 Act: A Breakdown of Ten Big Implications for Employers

The SECURE 2.0 Act was included in a 4,155-page omnibus spending bill that passed on December 23 when President Biden signed it into law. We broke down the law in… Read more >

Abortion Medication: State and Federal Regulations Plan Sponsors Need to Know

Recent actions by the federal government are designed to ensure full access to abortion medication across the country, but it remains unclear whether these medications can be prescribed to and… Read more >

2023 Outlook on Respiratory Illnesses and the Workforce

At this time of year in cold climates, airborne illnesses (influenza, respiratory syncytial virus and COVID-19) persistently impact families and workplaces. Influenza is a well-known endemic. Endemic means persistent—It will… Read more >

Quiet Promotion, Quiet Hiring, Quiet Firing: More Workplace Trends

I wrote a blog about quiet quitting back in August, so my ears perked up when I read about MORE quiet workplace trends: quiet promotion, quiet hiring and quiet firing…. Read more >

Magazine Extra: Benefits Touch Points—Communicating When It Matters

Benefits Magazine Extras articles provide you with bonus content on a mix of benefits topics as well as deep dives and analysis on the latest benefit trends and compliance issues…. Read more >

2023 Employee Benefits Reporting and Disclosure Calendars

Plan sponsors and administrators are encouraged to reference these comprehensive calendars to stay on track in 2023. Health and Retirement Plans Subject to ERISA (Includes Multiemployer Plans) Health and Welfare… Read more >