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Managing Workplace Investigations in the #MeToo Era

Workplace investigations have always been a key part of the human resources function and employment law compliance. But the need for such investigations – and the consequence of conducting them poorly – have grown exponentially

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Proposed Expansion of Health Savings Accounts Garners Bipartisan Support

With the cost of health insurance continuing to rise and the ACA barely hanging on, the Trump administration and many in Congress have been looking at new ways to make coverage more affordable to employers

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Benefits Communication: Tools You Can Use to Boost Engagement

With unemployment at an all-time low, benefits communication is more important than ever. Benefits communications play a meaningful role in both recruitment and retention efforts. Clear, informative and convincing engagement can make or break your

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“Right to Try” Law Doesn’t Create a Right to Coverage

Last week, President Trump signed into law “Right to Try” legislation that attempts to give terminally ill individuals a chance to take medications that are still in clinical trials. We are anticipating questions from our

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3 Ways to Reduce Your Workers’ Comp Claims

Workers’ compensation claims can drag both you and your injured employee down. They often strain the employer-employee relationship. And the longer the employee is out, the worse it gets. We’ve identified three of the most

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