The Fed released meeting minutes on Thursday, and officials are hoping that the inflation rate will return to 2% after not hitting the official target for more than three years.
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Retirement Plan Consulting: Critical Thinking: The Silver Tsunami—Helping Employees Prepare for Retirement
Since January 1, 2011 about 10,000 people per day are turning age 65. As the U.S. experiences the Silver Tsunami, concerns of an aging population coupled with the fact that the most Americans have not saved enough money for retirement will place new pressures on employers.
Please join this informative webinar designed to offer timely advice and discussion to help employers understand what to do when their health insurance provider is hacked and their employee personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI) is exposed.
Shari Dunn, Managing Director, Human Resources & Compensation Consulting and Helen M. McFarland, member of the San Francisco office of Cozen O’Connor, write, “Widely lauded as the strongest equal pay legislation in the nation, California’s Fair Pay Act (Senate Bill 358) is now law.” Read more about this new law.
UK Arthur J. Gallagher Employee Benefits hosted a Cancer and Wellbeing in the Workplace seminar for delegates from leading employers, health insurers and benefit consultancies. Speakers were Tim Johnson, Dr. Pixie Mckenna, and Gordon Wishart.
Stay informed on the latest healthcare reform news. Gallagher's Healthcare Reform Update newsletters provide timely, easy-to-understand information about new and revised regulations. Download this month's latest release.
This Gallagher toolkit will help you better understand and better prepare for the fees that lie ahead. It emphasizes four major fees: the Patient-Centered Outcome Research Institute Fee (PCORI Fee), the Transitional Reinsurance Fee, the Health Insurer Fee, and the Excise Tax on High-Cost Health Coverage ("Cadillac Tax").”
Employee benefit communications are critical for effective programs. While some are voluntary, others for ERISA, FLSA, COBRA and more are required.
After several delays and missed deadlines, and an unprecedented level of public comment and outreach by FDA to industry, several significant rules required by the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) are now being finalized and issued. In mid-September 2015, the FDA published the Preventive Controls for Human Food rule, which, at its core, requires FDA-regulated food facilities to implement a written food safety system.
After several delays and missed deadlines, and an unprecedented level of public comment and outreach by FDA to industry, several significant rules required by the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) are now being finalized and issued. In mid-September 2015, the FDA published the Preventive Controls for Animal Food rule, which provides baseline Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) for producing safe animal food and which take into account the unique aspects of the animal feed industry, providing flexibility for the diversity of facilities in this space. The rule also requires such animal feed facilities to implement a written food safety system.