Understanding insurance and employee benefits
Helping employees access affordable health care can increase their overall health, decrease stress, and improve employee retention.
Pay-As-You-Go workers’ can be a valuable tool for reducing workers’ compensation premium burdens for small businesses in New York State.
Here are seven valuable tips to help your small business reduce workers’ compensation costs.
Here’s how employers can thoughtfully kick off open enrollment efforts, including offering competitive benefits to meet workforce needs, crafting employee messaging and effectively communicating benefits offerings.
Employers should provide certain benefit notices to their employees at open enrollment time. Some benefit notices apply to all group health plans. Other benefit notices only apply to certain group health plans, based on plan design and coverage.
As part of National Intern Day, we recognize our Property and Casualty Insurance Intern Jeffrey Maddalone on the final day of his summer internship.
This article highlights proactive steps employers can take to assess and identify gaps in employee benefits offerings.
The IRS recently provided inflation-adjusted contribution limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) and out-of-pocket expense limits for high deductible health plans (HDHPs) for 2024.
President Biden has signed a resolution to end the COVID-19 National Emergency. Here’s what that means for the extended periods allowable for COBRA elections and payments.