Using a culturally responsive curriculum in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs leads to better engagement and performance among Indigenous students, a recent report from the Conference Board of… Read more >
Late last year, Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA), which contained a provision requiring health care plans to submit Prescription Drug Data Collection (RxDC) reports to CMS. RxDC… Read more >
As employers do more to support employees’ mental health and work/life balance, the four-day workweek has become a front-runner among evolving workplace considerations. In this competitive labor market, the marked… Read more >
On December 1, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will hear arguments about President Biden’s student loan relief program in February 2023 and blocked rollout of the program… Read more >
President Joe Biden is expected to sign a medical marijuana research bill that could eventually have an impact on health plan coverage of medical marijuana. On November 16, the U.S…. Read more >
The end-of-year push to pass the bill package known as SECURE 2.0 is underway. SECURE 2.0 is comprised of three separate bills, one in the House of Representatives (House) and… Read more >
Court affirms judgment in favor of the defendant employer related to the award of 401(k) benefits to a former employee’s ex-husband.
As the workplace becomes more diverse, employers may want to consider whether their schedule of paid holidays accommodates the needs of all of their workers.
Today is Veterans Day in the United States and Remembrance Day in Canada. It is the day we pay tribute to the veterans in our lives and to the many… Read more >