Benefits Buzz Newsletter

Medicare Part D Notices Due Before Oct. 15, 2022 Each year, Medicare Part D requires group health sponsors to disclose whether the health plan’s prescription drug coverage is creditable to

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HR Insight

Total Compensation Statements and Today’s Talent Challenges Pay stubs typically show an employee’s salary, bonuses, taxes and other deductions, but many benefits employers provide employees may not appear. While some

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HR Insight

5 Tips for Supporting the Mental Health of Remote and Hybrid Employees  As more employees work remotely or adapt to a hybrid schedule, workers face a new set of stressful

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Legal Update

ACA Pay or Play Penalties Will Increase for 2023 Important Dates Aug. 16, 2022 The IRS released updated pay or play penalty amounts for 2023. Aug. 1, 2022 The IRS

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Legal Update

Inflation Reduction Act Contains Some Health Reforms Effective Dates 2023–2025 Enhanced Exchange subsidies are extended for three years. 2023 The monthly cost of insulin is capped at $35 for Medicare

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News Brief – Biden Signs Second Executive Order on Abortion Access

Biden Signs Second Executive Order on Abortion Access President Joe Biden recently signed an executive order to protect individuals’ ability to access out-of-state abortions. This is Biden’s second executive order

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HR Insights – The Value of Belonging in the Workplace

The Value of Belonging in the Workplace Social belonging is a fundamental human need—one that naturally extends to the workplace. According to the Center for Talent Innovation, when people feel

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News Brief

Amazon to Buy Primary Health Care Provider for $3.9 Billion On Thursday, July 21, Amazon reached a deal to acquire One Medical, a network of boutique primary care clinics, for

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Benefits Insights

How to Effectively Market Your Benefits Offerings Having outstanding benefits options is critical for attracting and retaining employees. But in order to capitalize on those options, employers need to effectively

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Compliance Bulletin

Types of Coverage Rules Coverage Mandate Some states require abortion coverage in private health insurance plans; some require plans to cover abortion with no copayments, while others require abortion coverage

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