Employee well-being greatly impacts employee productivity, turnover and ultimately the organization’s bottom line. Effective well-being programs integrate physical health, mental health, safety and financial wellness to help employees manage their day-to-day needs, obtain future goals and prepare for the unexpected.
Historically employers would have been able to accomplish this by providing health insurance, retirement benefits and life insurance. Today’s workforce needs more. Progressive employers are now considering employees’ emotional, physical, social and financial wellness along with their safety and career development when supporting the employees day-to-day, future and unexpected needs.
Our unique and integrated approach provides employers with operational efficiencies and puts the employee at the center of the well-being equation. We use data to guide decision making, have a clearly defined action plan that is implemented effectively and continuously reviewed throughout the program to identify areas of opportunity.
By focusing on the well-being of your employees, you can optimize your operations and become an employer of choice that attracts and retains talented contributors.
Although every business has unique workplace hazards, many businesses also share common pain points that threaten employee safety and can lead to costly Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violations. OSHA recently released its 10 most frequently cited violations during its fiscal year 2017. This list of frequently cited violations may help you identify common pain points in your workplace.
The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes effective on May 25, 2018. The European Union (EU) enacted these rules to create uniform data protection rules for all member states. In its view, a unified set of rules and standards would allow EU citizens more control over their personal information. The new rule will also have a global impact on any company that offers goods or services to EU residents or monitors their behavior (e.g., tracking their buying habits). The ruling will impact U.S. firms that collect, store or process EU customer data.
This archive has been updated to reflect changes made by the IRS in the Form 1095C and instructions for 2017.
We receive questions from employers almost daily on how to comply with these complex reporting requirements in various common (and unusual) situations and scenarios. To help with those questions, we have created 25 different ACA reporting tips for employers to use as guides when completing their Forms 1094C/1095C. These tips address some of the most common ACA reporting issues employers face, including helpful hints, tips and samples of completed Forms 1094C/1095C.
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