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Compensation & Benefits

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One-third of workers will retire comfortably by age 67

10/16/2018
If current employee savings trends continue, half of workers will need to wait for retirement until at least age 70 to be considered financially prepared, according to findings from a new survey by the Aon consulting firm.

Will Amazon’s pay hike affect your budget?

10/11/2018
Amazon’s new minimum wage will benefit over 250,000 regular full-time and part-time employees. But the effect may be more widespread.

DOL offers employer advice on association health plans

10/10/2018
The U.S. Department of Labor has published compliance assistance materials on association health plans.

Premiums up modestly, while deductibles soar

10/10/2018
Annual family premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance rose 5% to average $19,616 in 2018, extending a seven-year run of moderate increases.

Snapshot: Reality check: When will you really retire?

10/10/2018
Life has a way of interfering with employees’ retirement plans.

The ‘S’ in HSA stands for ‘spending,’ not ‘savings’

10/10/2018
Benefits brokers tout health savings accounts as a way to sock away money to pay for health care expenses down the road. But that’s not how employees use HSAs today, according to a new survey.

DOL weighs in: Pay for participating in wellness activities?

10/09/2018
More and more employers are providing various wellness incentives as part of their medical insurance plans to promote healthier lifestyles and choices. A new opinion letter addressed whether employees should be paid when they participate in certain activities.

What rules apply for paying an employee who has passed away?

10/03/2018
Q. If a worker dies, could we still have to pay his or her wages earned before the time of his or her death?

What are the rules for paying an employee who cannot be located?

10/03/2018
Q. One of our workers has gone missing. Could we still have to pay him for the time he worked before he disappeared?

California appeals court upholds clock-in/clock-out rounding

10/03/2018
The decision reaffirms a 2016 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on the subject and expands on the criteria used to determine whether a rounding policy is neutral in practice, and thus lawful.
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