This month's Benefits Bulletin is all about open enrollment. Learn about upcoming changes in 2020, benefits notice requirements and tips for maximizing enrollment for employees.Read More
The Live Well, Work Well newsletter is an employee newsletter that is produced monthly and covers topics like health, wellness, fitness, nutrition and personal finance. This month's newsletter discusses National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the sleep-stealing effects of electronic devices and the dangers of vaping.Read More
This month's Benefits Buzz explains the 2018 Affordable Care Act reporting draft forms, briefly discusses two health savings account bills that passed the House of Representatives and highlights how disease management programs can help mitigate health care costs.Read More
This HR Brief explores the effects of ageism in the workplace, discusses the impact of enforcing communication guidelines and addresses the importance of having an attractive company culture.Read More
This month's Live Well, Work Well discusses the World Health Organization's campaign to ban trans fats globally, debunks an exercise myth and offers tips to encourage smart snacking. This newsletter should be delivered directly to employees from Microsoft Word via email for easy onscreen viewing (see "Distributing HTML Emails" for instructions).Read More
This Benefits Bulletin covers the revised 2019 HSA limits, outlines the increased ACA affordability percentages, reviews the required PCORI fees and explains resources for mental health parity compliance.Read More
The Live Well, Work Well newsletter is an employee newsletter that is produced monthly and covers topics like health, wellness, fitness, nutrition and personal finance. This month's issue discusses antibiotic-resistant genes in bacteria, pesticide-tainted produce and intermittent fasting.Read More
This month’s Benefits Buzz discusses the April 26 family health savings account limit change, highlights Department of Labor resources for mental health parity compliance and issues a reminder that the due date for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Fees is just around the corner.Read More
This month’s Benefits Buzz explains the next steps for employers that missed the Affordable Care Act reporting deadline, provides a brief overview of the 2018 Employer's Tax Guide to Fringe Benefits and examines a reference-based pricing lawsuit.Read More
The Live Well, Work Well newsletter is an employee newsletter that is produced monthly and covers topics like health, wellness, fitness, nutrition and personal finance. This month's issue discusses a shingles vaccine update and the new danger linked to e-cigarettes, and highlights Food Allergy Action Month.Read More
Worried About DOL Audits? Get PAID. Each year, countless employers are subjected to wage and hour audits from the Department of Labor (DOL). Employers want to resolve the situation and pay back wages, but how can they without risking audits or lawsuits? The answer: Payroll Audit independent Determination (PAID). PAID is a new pilot program from the DOL—launched in early April—that allows employers to self-report wage and hour violations. The program tries to encourage self-reporting and to resolve violations quicker, without litigation.
The Elan Group is proud to be a part of the Assured Partners family and is looking forward to continuing it's committment to our exisiting clients and to being an industry leader. The partnership expands the suite of services we are able to provide current or new clients and broadens our footprint regionally.