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April 2024 Newsletter

Thursday, April 04, 2024

Employee Wellness   

Provide your employees with the latest wellness newsletter with the April edition of Live Well, Work Well

Educate employees about their benefits with the April Benefits & Me Newsletter.

Multi-State Compliance Notice

Several states and localities now require employers to provide employees with paid sick and/or paid family leave. In some states and localities, this leave is funded by a payroll tax earmarked for this purpose. In some states and localities, sick leave and family leave are funded by a required insurance policy to be provided by the employer.

If you are a multi-state employer or if you have remote employees who perform work in a jurisdiction that requires paid sick leave or paid family leave, you should become familiar with the requirements of the states/localities where your employees perform their work. You should require employees to notify you if they relocate to a different jurisdiction. You may want to seek legal advice if you are unsure of the requirements in your specific situation.

If you're looking for more information on this matter, please listen to our recent episode of HR on Mic, State Paid Family and Medical Leave Laws.

Medicare News

Medicare Plans Now Cover Weight-Loss Drug

What is Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap)?

Mental Health Care is Hard to Find, Especially for People with Medicare or Medicaid

Mastering the Basics of the FMLA

Our HR and Compliance Specialists recently held a webinar on Mastering the Basics of the Family and Medical Leave Act. They also discussed the individual state-paid family and medical leave laws that are becoming more popular. 

If you weren't able to join our live session, we invite you to listen to the recorded webinar.

HR and Compliance Insights

April 2024 HR Brief

RxDC Reporting for 2023 Plan Year

Final Rule Released on Short-term, Limited-duration Insurance and Fixed Indemnity Coverage

Change Healthcare Cyberattack Causes Unprecedented Disruptions