With open enrollment season approaching, now’s the time for HR professionals to kick off their planning. Now, many employers find themselves with employees working a hybrid schedule. For employers, it’s essential to make appropriate adjustments to lead a successful open enrollment period.Read More
This month's Benefits Breakdown newsletter focuses on reducing health costs in 2022 and preparing open enrollment benefit notices.
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The Biden Administration has called upon the Small Business Association (SBA) to increase financial support for small businesses. Specifically, the SBA is strengthening its COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program by increasing available loan amounts from $500,000 to $2 million. This In the Know article explains further.
Rising defense costs, especially for product and medical liability litigation, have prompted insurers to work more closely with risk professionals to identify potentially high losses early on to limit expenses, according to AM Best. Read on to learn more.
Soon, the government will be imposing a COVID-19 vaccination requirement on private employers. This article discusses the implications of this mandate and how it may affect employers once released.