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How to Brighten Your Employee Benefits This Summer

Summer is on its way, and your employees are looking forward to sunny days, vacation time, and all that warm weather offers. In a competitive job market, your employee benefits are more important than ever – and so are those special perks. Happy employees are loyal employees. Offering fun summer rewards can help keep your team cheerful, productive, and engaged. Fun Summer Fridays Show your...

4 Types of FSAs & How They Work

An FSA, or “Flexible Spending Account,” can be an excellent benefit to offer your employees, and to your business bottom line, as the contributions are pre-tax. Several types of FSAs are available: Medical Expense FSA These accounts pay for eligible medical costs, prescription drugs, copayments, deductibles, medical devices, and other costs. Another option, a “limited medical FSA,” can cover the cost of preventative healthcare services,...

Can Employers Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance?

Since 2020 with the enactment of the “21st Century Cures Act,” employers of any size could reimburse their employees for the costs of individual health insurance plans. The Affordable Care Act required employees with 50 or more employees who worked at least 30 hours per week, to offer health insurance. With a vast majority of US businesses having less than 50 employees, many people working...

How Does Employee Turnover Impact Your Business?

A loyal, dependable workforce is a critical aspect of business success. When a company is experiencing a high turnover rate, it is imperative that you discover what is driving the exodus before it worsens. The costs of employee turnover to a business are more than financial, and include the following: Reduced morale. Workplace relationships are important, and when a valued employee leaves, it impacts the...

How to Prepare for an Employee Going on Maternity Leave

Companies with over 50 employees are required, under the FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act), to offer maternity leave for up to 12 weeks. Over that period, the person’s job is protected, and after the parental leave time has expired, the person has the right to return to the original job, without penalty in pay or position. When an employee is planning to go on...

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