Every trainer would like to know whether he or she is delivering the best learning experience possible. Today we’re taking a look at a few things to consider.
Author: L&D Daily Advisor Staff
Most defined contribution retirement plan participants who are reenrolled in a plan’s default fund remain in that investment a year later, with only a few partially opting out, a recent Vanguard case study of reenrollment found.
A recent ruling by the 10th Circuit—which covers Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming—reminds employers that they must treat pregnant employees with health conditions or work limitations in the same manner as other employees with similar conditions or limitations.
It’s a frequent question in the training field: How can trainers improve their PowerPoint® slides to promote learning? An expert shares his thoughts in today’s Advisor.
Last week we began to explore an episode of our HR Works podcast where Managing Editor Steve Bruce and Recruiting and HR expert Arte Nathan discussed a number of recruiting topics, including “ex-offenders.” This week we’ll continue with the rest of the podcast and see exactly what Nathan has to say about hiring ex-offenders. If […]
The year 2016 was by far the biggest yet for monetary settlements under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s (HIPAA) privacy and security rules, and 2017 thus far is proceeding apace, a leading HIPAA attorney told a recent conference.
A warehouse maintenance worker who suffers from migraine headaches filed a suit against his former employer saying, among other things, that his supervisor retaliated against him for taking medical leave. The alleged retaliation included being denied certain refresher safety training.
Final regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) made several changes to various Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace rules. Included in the rule were the 2018 out-of-pocket maximums (OOPMs) for nongrandfathered health plans.
A new survey reveals that companies are highly optimistic about growth, but need cloud technology innovation and strategy to overcome challenges.
Question: I just found out that a former employee near the end of his COBRA election period was in an accident and is currently incapacitated. What are my options administratively if the election period ends and he has not yet elected COBRA coverage?