Is your company asking the following questions:
1. Am I prepared for the challenges of ACA compliance?
2. Are there ways I can reduce paperwork and relieve stress?
3. Are there ways to make benefits administration more efficient?
4. Am I doing all that I can to ensure employees are healthy and happy?
5. Am I giving employees enough quality healthcare choices?
6. Am I offering an easy way for employees to make the right decision about their healthcare coverage?
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It’s been said that the most successful businesses are the ones that work the hardest to please their employees.
Are you in touch with what your employees want most? Are you willing to adapt your employee benefits strategy to keep up with the changing times?
Consider how your benefits strategy could be woven into your corporate culture to create outcomes that actually align with your organization’s overall goals. Just like a puzzle, piecing together a new benefits strategy would be impossible without instructions or without seeing a picture of how the final result should appear. That’s why companies must first understand their current situation and have a clear picture of what they would like to accomplish.
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What is company culture and why is it so important? Company culture is how your company “personality” (which includes beliefs, values and behaviors) is communicated and supported through its actions. A successful culture ultimately makes employees feel valued, motivating them to achieve, improve and sustain stellar performance.
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This past June, the Supreme Court upheld the ACA.
What does this mean?
It means that as of January 1, 2015, each employer with 50 full-time employees or more needs to be offering health benefits to at least 95% of those employees and their dependents.
What does it mean for you and your business?
For small businesses, it means ACA compliance needs to be in effect immediately, if it isn't already. This requires an understanding about the regulations, including that of the Employer Shared Responsibility, aka the employer mandate.
Do you know how to identify a full-time employee? Your definition might be different than the law's definition.
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