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After various court challenges and the elections, most employers have accepted that the Affordable Care Act (also known as the ACA or health care reform) is here to stay. So besides making sure their organizations are in compliance with all of the law’s various intricacies, are there other strategic things employers can and should be thinking about?
PwC's Health Research Institute, in its annual report, Medical Cost Trend: Behind the Numbers. projects 6.5 percent growth in medical costs, despite millions of newly insured expected under the ACA in 2014.
By Gregory P. Smith
Employee dissatisfaction is on the rise, especially among entry-level and mid-level employees. Companies that understand the importance of investing in their workforce perform better in the marketplace. Here are 4 guidelines for energizing your workforce through greater employee engagement and retention.
A recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in a class action lawsuit involved Philadelphia plaintiffs contending that Comcast had either bought or pushed out all potential competitors, leaving the company free to overcharge their customers there. Wait until you see the impact that the decision has had on employment cases involving the FLSA.
On May 9, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter signed Bill No. 130224 to strengthen and expand lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights.
A New York federal court ruled Fox Searchlight Pictures Inc. and Fox Entertainment Group, Inc. are liable for failing to pay interns in violation of federal and state labor laws, Outten & Golden LLP reported last week.
The US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has joined the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in holding that the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) posting requirement is invalid.
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