Electronic disclosure of employee benefit communications is becoming more common. There are many different required communications, but no single set of rules that applies to all of them. Our 40-minute recorded webinar focuses on several key rules.
Federal agencies have been stepping up employer group health plan enforcement activities in recent years. In our 75 minute recorded webinar we focus on four core areas – and the agencies that enforce them - that affect employer health plans.
The IRS has begun sending letters to employers that may owe an Employer Shared Responsibility penalty for calendar year 2015. With only 30 days to respond, it is critical that employers receiving these letters know how to respond on a timely basis.
Certain larger employers are required to report the actual cost of almost all health coverage provided to employees on Forms W-2. Our 40-minute recorded webinar reviews the requirements based on IRS guidance to date.
Each year at annual enrollment HR professionals communicate with a large number of employees and complete a variety of administrative activities. Our 1-hour recorded webinar is designed to help HR professionals with this year’s annual enrollment.
The rules governing cafeteria plan election changes are complex. Our 1 ½ hour recorded webinar covers election basics, an overview of election changes, when election changes are permitted, consistency rules, and administrative considerations.
Cyber security is important as attacks increase. Benefit plans can be targeted and employers need to be prepared. Our 1½ hour recorded webinar covers the state of cyber security, employee benefits guidance, insurance coverage, and data breach best practices.
Wellness programs come in all shapes and sizes. HIPAA rules as modified by PPACA and new guidance issued under ADA and GINA substantially impact the design of wellness programs. Our recorded webinar reviews the current major federal requirements.
A thirty-five minute recorded webinar taking a look at lessons learned from 2015 Sections 6055/6056 reporting, changes that are taking effect for 2016, and best practices for 2016 in light of the lessons learned from last year.
Our Back to Basics: HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification recorded webinar is designed to cover the basic HIPAA rules as training for new HR and benefits professionals and as a refresher for more seasoned HR and benefits professionals.
Our Back to Basics: Cafeteria Plans recorded webinar is designed to cover basic cafeteria plan requirements as training for new HR and benefits professionals and a refresher for more seasoned HR and benefits professionals.
Our Back to Basics: ERISA recorded webinar is designed to cover basic ERISA requirements as training for new HR and benefits professionals and a refresher for more seasoned HR and benefits professionals.
PPACA tightened ERISA internal review requirements, adding an external review process, and expanded the rules by applying them to non-grandfathered health plans – ERISA and non-ERISA plans. Our 30-minute recorded webinar summarizes these rules.
Beginning in 2018, PPACA will impose a significant excise tax upon health plans that exceed specific dollar value thresholds. Our 1-hour recorded webinar reviews the current guidance and provides action steps for employers. This webinar has been approved by HRCI for one credit hour.
Join Petula Workman and Andrew Malahowski of AJG Compliance for a 60-minute pre-recorded webinar on Sections 6055 and 6056: "MEC" and "ALE" Reporting to the IRS.
The Department of Health and Human Services will begin Phase II of its new audit program in 2015. Our 1-hour recorded webinar starts with a brief overview of the Privacy, Security, and Breach requirements and then focuses on the new audit protocols.
Join Sue Graf and Petula Workman of AJG Compliance for a 75-minute pre-recorded webinar on Counting Hours Under the Final Rules with information on calculating hours of service, identifying full-time employees, monthly measurement and look back methods.
Sally Wineman & Andrew Malahowski lead a webinar on Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) fees due by July 31, 2014. The webinar outlines who is responsible for payment, how fees are calculated, where money is sent & much more with practical action steps. CE Credits available.
In February regulators issued final rules on PPACA’s employer shared responsibility requirement, final regulations on the 90-day waiting period maximum and one new proposed regulation on a permissible orientation period. Our 1-hour recorded webinar summarizes this new guidance.