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Our Clients Are Your Clients

A publicly traded, multi-national manufacturer had worked with a global insurance brokerage for the past 20 years. Recent personnel changes at the broker prompted the client to interview other insurance brokers.

Tag(s): CORE360;

Broker of Record Win, 7% Renewal Savings

A supplement and protein manufacturing company was going through a producer contact change. In addition, their insurance program, while with the correct market, was increasing in premium annually at a steady 4%. With few carrier options in the industry, based on their operations and exposures, they thought a firm, with national market leverage, could provide them a better renewal program moving forward.

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IBIS Academy 2018 Flyer

Arm yourself with the insights, knowledge and skills you need to keep your organization among the ranks of the top global employers – today, and in the future. Join us at IBIS Academy, the premier conference for global HR & benefits professionals to learn, grow and share.

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Objections Based on Moral Convictions to the Contraceptive Mandate

PPACA requires that group health plans and health insurance issuers offering nongrandfathered group health insurance include coverage of certain specified preventive services without cost sharing, including all Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) approved contraceptives, sterilization procedures, and patient education and counseling for women with reproductive capacity, as prescribed by a health care provider (the “contraceptive mandate”). However, coverage of some or all contraceptives may conflict with an organization’s moral convictions. To accommodate those employers, the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Treasury (the “tri-agencies”) issued guidance setting forth some relief from the contraceptive mandate. This article spotlights the most significant PPACA issues raised by the exemption and accommodation process for organizations with objections based upon sincerely held moral convictions to the contraceptive mandate.

Tag(s): Compliance Consulting;