Pandemic-related and political shifts regarding Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the part that prohibits employer discrimination, have occurred over the last few years. Read on to learn what you need to know about (1) long-haul COVID-19 and disability discrimination and (2) the Biden administration’s approach to gender discrimination.
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While money may not buy you happiness, it may be able to “buy” you employees. If your compensation practices are falling short, you may be losing top talent to the competition, and a new study shows that there is a “radical shift” in how companies are planning their annual compensation packages.
On October 12, U.S. Health and Human Services Acting Secretary Eric Hargan and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma released a statement announcing that cost-sharing reductions (CSR) payments were to be immediately discontinued, based on a legal opinion from the Attorney General.
A new president often faces challenges. It comes with the territory. But President Trump also faces a talent shortage. Hundreds of jobs, including key positions, remain open, and the administration reportedly has had difficulty finding people to fill the roles.
Yesterday we explored the implications of the Trump Administration having to hire over 4,000 employees over the next few months. Today we’ll look at what kind of system you might use for a similar challenge. By Anthony Panissidi, Social Media Associate at iCIMS
The hiring forecast for 2017 is better than it has been in the last 10 years. According to CareerBuilder’s forecast, as many as 40% of U.S. employers are looking to add full-time positions over the course of 2017.