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Should Your Company Be Afraid of Self-Funding Employee Benefits?

Last week, I highlighted four advantages companies may achieve by self-funding employee benefits. While the advantages do hit on important goals, including finances, control, and flexibility, many employers still fear the self-funded option. To help companies ignore the hype and truly understand what level of risk is brought about by self-funding, I’m happy to make […]

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Finance Executives and the Affordable Care Act

While discussions regarding the Affordable Care Act often mention the impact on a company’s Human Resources department, finance executives (such as a CFO) are also greatly affected. Along with rising healthcare costs, uncertainty regarding health care reform initiatives weighs heavily on the minds of those that are responsible for ensuring the company meets its financial goals. In […]

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Wellness Program Incentives on the Rise

Does your company offer incentives to employees to participate in workplace wellness programs? If so, you are a member of a fast-growing group. A Look at the Numbers According to a report recently released by Fidelity Management and Research, twice as many midsize employers offer wellness incentives than in 2010. Here are the specific numbers from the […]

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States Increasing Minimum Wage Rates in 2013

With a new year quickly approaching, some employers may find that they will be impacted by an increase in their state’s minimum wage rate. In order to ensure that your company is in compliance, please take a moment to review the list below. Minimum Wage Rate Increases Effective on January 1st, 2013, these states have […]

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Posted in: Legislation

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