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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently implemented new rules, effective December 15, 2023, aimed at enhancing the transparency and reporting of cybersecurity risks for public companies. This significant regulatory change reflects the growing...Read On..
WHAT IS AN ICHRA? ICHRA is short for Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement. ICHRAs allow employers to reimburse employees a fixed amount of money each month for health insurance premiums and healthcare expenses. These arrangements...Read On..
According to the FBI, active shooter incidents have become more frequent and more severe in recent years, with a 96.8% rise in the number of events between 2017 and 2021. With advanced weaponry and increased...Read On..
In Parts One and Two of this series, we examined several key factors contributing to the higher costs employers must pay to offer health benefits to employees, and outlined a practical four-step process that they...Read On..
In Part One of this Employee Benefits series, we examined the latest factors and trends that are driving up healthcare benefits costs for employers. Now, in Part Two, we take an in-depth look at an...Read On..
Our new “Employer’s Balancing Act” series was created to keep employers well-informed about the latest factors and trends that are driving up costs in the healthcare benefits space and how to achieve optimal results for...Read On..
By Eric Wokas, CSP ARM, Senior Risk Engineer Many of the traditional methods of training require scheduling a group training, setting up a classroom, getting a qualified instructor, and administering a test. And then, after...Read On..