No Surprises Act Model Notice


Per the No Surprises Act (NSA), a component of the Consolidated Appropriations Act passed in December of 2020, beginning with renewals on or after January 1, 2022, health plans and health issuers offering group and individual health insurance coverage must issue a plain language notice regarding employee’s rights under the No Surprises Act. The notice [...]

No Surprises Act Model Notice2021-11-03T17:44:50+00:00

DOL Issues Families First Coronavirus Response Act Employee Notification Poster


The Department of Labor recently published The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) employee’s notification poster. According to the Department of Labor, each covered employer (i.e., employers with fewer than 500 employees) must post the FFCRA Notice Poster in a conspicuous place on its premises. Covered employers may satisfy this requirement by emailing or direct mailing [...]

DOL Issues Families First Coronavirus Response Act Employee Notification Poster2020-04-09T17:06:28+00:00

More Work, Less Sleep


According to the American Time Use Survey released recently by the Department of Labor, Americans spent more time working and less time sleeping in 2016 than in 2015. On average, men and women 15 years of age and older worked about 8 more minutes each weekday and slept for about 5 minutes less than they [...]

More Work, Less Sleep2018-01-18T10:00:27+00:00

Overtime Rules Tough on Small Business


New rules mandated by the Department of Labor could affect many small businesses, driving up labor costs and creating more red tape. These rules, effective on December 1, 2016, raise the salary threshold for eligible workers from $23,660 to $47,476 and to $134,004 for highly compensated employees. This means that salaried workers earning less than [...]

Overtime Rules Tough on Small Business2016-09-29T08:00:42+00:00
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