Can Employers Require Employees to Get Vaccinated? 

Lesley BrunoBlog, Compliance / Regulations, Health Care, HR Management, HR Topics, Human Capital Management0 Comments

The COVID-19 vaccine is here and if you are a business owner or manager, you should begin to think about how you will approach the vaccine in your workplace.  In mid-December, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) updated its guidance to include what you may and may not do as an employer in terms of requiring or encouraging employees to … Read More

Open Enrollment: How to Find the Right Plan for You and Your Family

Brad CrouchBenefits Administration, Blog, Health Care, HR Topics, Human Capital Management, Payroll Services0 Comments

Open enrollment season is here and it’s time to wade into the murky and often confusing waters of insurance terms and accounts to find the right plan for you and your family. It can be a daunting task, so we’ve put together some high-level tips that might help in your decision making process: First off, check your past finances.  Look … Read More

Childrens Health Insurance Program receives update

Robbie MossBlog, Health Care

The Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) was signed into law in 1997 to help provide health coverage to children in households that can’t afford private coverage and yet make too much money to qualify for Medicaid. Employers can use the CHIP initial model notice to notify employees of the availability of state premium assistance subsidies, which may help pay for … Read More