A helpful reference guide to benefits in Canada. Includes the latest on the Canada Pension Plan, Employment Insurance, Worker's Compensation Benefits, Maternity and Parental Leaves, and applicable taxes.
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Last year, 17 states and three large municipalities expanded existing leave laws or adopted new laws requiring paid family and sick leave. In the April edition of Compliance Continuity, we focus on how leaves of absence impact employee benefits.
Solving the emergency fund crisis: Actions your organization can take now to ensure the financial wellbeing of your workforce
As the U.S. workforce becomes increasingly more financially stressed, do you know how your employees are managing the financial hardships that life inevitably brings? As a company leader, what could you be doing to help employees improve every aspect of their financial wellbeing, including building up their emergency funds?
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The March 2019 issue includes articles about the DOL’s proposed overtime rule, the EEO-1 form, 2019 federal poverty line values, CMS proposed drug rules, Malaysia unemployment insurance, evaluating index funds, IRS guidance on certain stock options, HIPAA business associate agreements, a New Jersey family leave law, other state law developments, and some important reminders.
Manage your risk related to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) laws and regulations with the March 2019 edition of Compliance Continuity. We highlight important steps for employers toward HSA compliance.
Complex regulations governing the Employer Mandate dictate how employers must count hours. To help employers, Gallagher has crafted this comprehensive Counting Hours Toolkit, which contains numerous components, including pieces that employers can use to communicate with their employees.
Directions newsletter is a monthly publication of the Benefits and HR Consulting practice of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. The February 2019 issue includes articles about the government shutdown, PPACA proposed cost-sharing for 2020, the contraceptive coverage mandate, ePHI in emails, a pension law in Poland, the Budget Act hardship rules, state leave laws, Massachusetts paid leave, a New Jersey medical coverage reporting requirement, other state law developments, and some important reminders.
Created by our Compliance experts, this valuable toolkit for IRS Sections 6055 & 6056 reporting requirements will help reporting employers comply with the requirements & avoid penalties.
To help employers fully understand this important provision of healthcare reform, Gallagher’s compliance experts built this toolkit with whitepaper, flyer, FAQs, flowcharts & webinars covering all aspects of mandate.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act requires applicable large employers (“ALEs”) to offer affordable, minimum value coverage to substantially all full-time employees, or to pay penalties. The IRS has begun assessing penalties, referred to as Employer Shared Responsibility Payments (“ESRPs”), on ALEs that failed to offer coverage in accordance with the ESR mandate in 2015. To assist employers in understanding the process associated with receiving a ESRP letter (via Letter 226J) and the possible courses of action that they may take, we have developed an Employer Shared Responsibility Payment Toolkit. The toolkit consists of an article, employer FAQs, a flowchart that provides fundamental information needed to understand and respond to an ESRP letter, as well as, matrices to assist employers in understanding the codes and the transitional relief that was available in 2015 Form 1095-C filings – all of which is essential for employers to evaluate and properly respond to a penalty assessment letter from the IRS.