The California Workers' Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is filing a proposed rate reduction for California workers' compensation insurance "pure premium" rates on average to become effective July 1, 2017.
To help you keep up to date on what’s happening with ObamaCare we provide the latest ObamaCare information that affects you, your family and your business.
Though the proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA) to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act has passed through three key committees, we await full House and Senate review of the AHCA). The new law will change insurance for just about everyone; the way depends on whether Americans opt for company insurance, use Medicaid, or buy a private plan.
The Department of Labor (DOL) issued changes that substantially increase the minimum salary requirement for the executive, administrative, and professional employee exemptions, under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
What is disability income insurance and what are the considerations for employers who are evaluating offering or sponsoring disability coverage for their employees?
On March 6, 2017, the proposed new legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was published and was named the American Health Care Act.
Verify you are paying all employees at least the Applicable Minimum Wage. And be aware of what city or county your employees are working in - because there are differing minimum wages, as well as paid sick leave rules, in dozens of California cities and some counties.
Several bills relating to workers’ compensation were signed into law in 2017: AB 2883, SB 1167, & AB 1785
As of 2-10-17: Republicans presented several plans for review. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order designed to minimize the economic burden of the ACA while Congress works to repeal and/or replace it. The key to the repeal and replace efforts fall on the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Tom Price who was confirmed as the Secretary of HHS on 2-9-17.
We know that since 2010, the Affordable Care Act has insured more than 12 million Americans. Some of those covered are very happy and others are not. Regardless of this scenario, 2017 brings in a new administration and changes are anticipated. So, what does that entail?
Small business owners, employees and consumers are struggling to understand the coverage, networks, and costs in the new year. Below are the latest guidelines and three changes to coverage in 2017
The Affordable Care health insurance landscape may look completely different in 2017. It is highly unlikely that any material changes will happen for the 2017 coverage year (for which Open Enrollment is taking place now.) But there will be changes and we don't know yet how or when they will take place.
Health insurance premiums on the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces (also called exchanges) are expected to increase faster in 2017 than in previous years because:
Los Alamitos, CALIF. – DECEMBER 1, 2016 – For the second year in a row, TelePayroll, a family-owned and managed company providing payroll, HR, and employee benefits solutions to expanding companies seeking cost-effective and reliable payroll and human capital management services, today announced, the firm earned recognition on the 2016 Inc. 5000 list.
IRVINE, CALIF. – JANUARY 20, 2015 – Don Dressler Consulting, a national leader in human resources, risk management solutions, and architect of www.CalWorkSafety.com, announces its collaboration with Telepayroll, Inc., a stronghold in providing payroll, HR and employee benefits services to large and small companies through expansion and growth phases, effective January 20, 2015.