5 steps to ease your worries about money, health in retirement

What keeps you up at night when you think about retirement? We asked financial planners what their clients who are planning for or living in retirement worry about and what can be done to alleviate those worries. Catch up if you haven’t saved enough Rita Cheng, a certified financial planner with Blue Ocean Global Wealth […]

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Are you classifying summer interns properly?

To determine whether your company is properly classifying unpaid interns, review the factors of the “primary beneficiary test.” By Deepa Subramanian As the summer draws near, many companies are considering bringing on summer interns. Interns are students or trainees who work in an organization in order to gain work experience or satisfy educational requirements. An internship […]

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Latest PEO Pulse Survey Shows Sustained Growth For PEO Industry

News provided by National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO) A new survey by the National Association of Professional Employer Organizations (NAPEO) shows that the PEO industry continued to grow in the third quarter of 2017. PEOs provide HR services to small and mid-sized businesses. Industry executives also expect that that pattern will continue over […]

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4 PEO STATS THAT MAY SURPRISE YOU (AND HELP YOUR COMPANY)

By Michael Altiero   Human resources can cause big headaches for small businesses. Between the time, energy, and resources that go into HR, it’s not too surprising to see Small and Midsize Business (SMB) leaders worry about how they will handle this important function of their organization. But what if there was a way for […]

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Covering The Masses: Exploring Benefit Models Of The Future

From Forbes Jan. 20, 2018 Aakash Kumar Contributor     For many working Americans, healthcare benefits are a foregone conclusion. Dental. Vision. Medical. Some even get paid family leave on top of what is guaranteed by the Family Medical Leave Act. The fact that the term “benefit” is used to describe such employment-based access to […]

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Trump budget to target drug prices, out-of-pocket costs

Donald Trump’s health-care chief said he plans to take up the president’s promises to do something about pharmaceutical prices, targeting some of the U.S.’s costliest drugs with proposals to reduce patients’ out-of-pocket spending. http://www.benefitspro.com/2018/02/09/trump-budget-to-target-drug-prices-out-of-pocket-c?kw=Trump     […]

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Wellness programs good for recruitment, not so much for medical savings

    Are wellness programs effective? That’s one of many questions being asked by employers considering implementing a program. The answer depends. What’s “effective”? Is it decreased medical costs, increased employee productivity, reduced absenteeism? http://www.benefitspro.com/2018/01/25/wellness-programs-good-for-recruitment-not-so-much […]

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Employees’ health care spending up, usage down

Despite reducing their consumption of health care services, Americans with employer-sponsored insurance spent more than ever before on health care in 2016, according to a new study by the Health Care Cost Institute. http://www.benefitspro.com/2018/01/24/employees-health-care-spending-up-usage-down? […]

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