- broker leadership
- brokers partner
- data security
- general agency
- healthcare exchange
- health insurance
- medical leave
- paid leave
- small business
- work from home
Topic 4 of 4: Protections Under HIPAA
Employers in Colorado are obligated to provide public health emergency leave since January 1, 2021.
Topic 3 of 4: Action Steps for Employers
Topic 2 of 4: Action Steps for Employers
Topic 1 of 4: What Brokers and Advisors Can Do for Their Clients
EOCC announced it had entered into a conciliation agreement with a Florida-based dermatology practice for violations of the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act (GINA).
HHS last extended the public health emergency in May of 2022.
Governor Newsom announces the state will produce insulin.
Starting July 16th, 2022, the first nationwide three-digit mental health crisis hotline goes live.
Most of America has decided it is time to put COVID behind us and get back to life. The business world is following suit, bringing workers back to the office in hopes of restoring what was before coronavirus. But there's a problem: just 3% of America's white collar workers have a genuine interest in being back in the office every day of the week. Approximately 86% would prefer to be in the office no more than two days per week.
Employee benefits have been part of the American landscape for more than two generations. Over the years, they have evolved. Even now, how employees perceive their benefits in the wake of the COVID pandemic and the ongoing Great Resignation is forcing yet more evolution in the benefits space. This evolution suggests that complete benefits packages are more important than ever.
In recent months we have talked at length about the Great Resignation and the COVID pandemic. Both have permanently impacted the modern workplace in ways we will not fully understand for a long time. Yet to the extent we understand those changes right now, we also understand that the modern workforce is changing too. So are their expectations.