We are excited to announce that the growing team at CBG Benefits has been strengthened once again. Elizabeth Imparato, who has more than 8 years of experience working in the field of employee benefits, has joined our team as an Account Manager. The news of her hiring was recently highlighted in the Boston Business Journal. […]Continue Reading →
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On November 2nd, 2015, a law was enacted to repeal a feature of the Affordable Care Act that was not yet effective —- the Automatic Enrollment requirement. While neither final regulations nor a final effective date had ever been published for this component of the ACA, it has no doubt been a discussion point for […]Continue Reading →
As part of the Affordable Care Act, employers received a new compliance requirement regarding the Exchanges (Marketplaces). In 2013, employers were required to provide the Exchange Notice to employees prior to October 1st. However, while there is no requirement to provide that notice on an annual basis, employers must provide the notice to each new […]Continue Reading →
As a company prepares for growth, the CFO plays a critical role in defining the strategy that will lead them to success. In fact, a recent report from Adaptive Insights highlights a number of the items that a financial executive would need to consider, including one’s economic outlook and profit margins. Another key item mentioned […]Continue Reading →
I recently came across an article within Inc. magazine that focused on the subject of employee onboarding. The article highlighted a few of the different ways that companies are effectively bringing new hires into the fold. I certainly encourage you to read the entire article. Here are three of the strategies that stood out to […]Continue Reading →
On March 21, 2013, a proposed rule on the 90-day waiting period limit that is set by the Affordable Care Act was issued that would apply to plan years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2014. To help companies understand if they will be in compliance with this proposed rule, we’re happy to share clarification, examples, and a […]Continue Reading →
According to a report published by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), employees get about 90 days to prove themselves in a new job. To help employees get to the stage where they can start being productive, employers need an onboarding process that makes employees feel comfortable and settled as quickly as possible. One way […]Continue Reading →