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Ensure compliance with the law while also managing a productive workplace. Handling employee privacy complaints and conducting surveillance have become complex issues for employers.
Stay up to date with the latest trends in health care and avoid compliance issues when implementing these trends.Health care costs continue to rise, and employers and plans continue to search for ways to mitigate the...
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Gain a better understanding why group health plans are set up in certain ways and how to stay compliant with legal requirements. When the cost of health care is paid or reimbursed by an employer, a group health plan...
A growing number of employees are living with mental health and substance use issues that impact their productivity, absenteeism and presenteeism and are costing employers billions of dollars annually.
Find out how to effectively implement and engage your employees in a high deductible health plan. As employers continue to struggle with the increased costs and complexities of health insurance, employers in greater...
Avoid legal missteps under ERISA when administering your company's health savings accounts.This topic will provide you with all the information you need to know to better understand HSAs.
HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Gain practical and legal tools to determine what qualifies as a serious health condition.The majority of employers are aware of the availability of FMLA leaves of absence but many struggle with the what qualifies as a...
Gain insight on how to analyze and manage health insurance offerings and how to review competing alternatives and plans.The health plan an employer provides to its employees is often the second largest expense of the...
There are numerous reasons an individual may be participating in your health plan, from their having a legal right to participate due to their (former) status as an employee or an employee's spouse, domestic partner, or...
Employee health benefit options are always changing and evolving so make sure you are up to speed and providing the highest quality and cost-effective health benefits.
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