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Our blog features timely, relevant posts that discuss employee benefit issues and regulations affecting small and medium-sized businesses. We’ll share brief, insightful information on a wide variety of topics, including the Affordable Care Act, group health insurance, compliance, benefit communication, and employee wellness. Subject matter experts provide blog posts such as ‘Managing Employees in the Gig Economy’, ‘COBRA Liability in Mergers and Acquisitions’, and ‘Tools to Support Working Parents’. We’ll update these frequently to keep you informed, and hope you’ll visit often. Questions about a specific topic? Give us a call or contact us – we’ll help with answers and advice.


How to Implement an Employee Training Program | Indiana Employee Benefits Agency

Employee training programs are beneficial to organizations of varying sizes. Even small companies can improve customer service skills. Large organizations often need training programs specifically targeted to employee development and changing technologies. The Society for Human Resource Management says that offering training programs to employees helps the employee feel more engaged and committed to the … Continued

Exercise and Health: The Mind-Body Connection | Vincennes Benefits Advisors UBA

Ever notice how you can get an overall feeling of well-being after taking a long walk, shoveling snow, dancing, or playing Frisbee with the kids? It’s not just because you can check “get some physical activity” off your to-do list. Turns out, there are physiological reasons why you get that feeling. And for people who … Continued

Hot Trends in HR | Employee Benefits Advisors

2019 has ushered in many new trends such as retro cartoon character timepieces, meatless hamburgers, and 5G networks to name a few. Not surprisingly, trend-watching doesn’t stop with pop culture, fashion, and technology. Your company’s human resources department should also take notice of the top changes in the marketplace, so they are poised to attract … Continued

DOL Issues Final Regulations Regarding Association Health Plans | Indiana Employee Benefits Team

On June 19, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published Frequently Asked Questions About Association Health Plans (AHPs) and issued a final rule that broadens the definition of “employer” and the provisions under which an employer group or association may be treated as an “employer” sponsor of a single multiple-employer employee welfare benefit plan … Continued

“HR Basics” Quiz | Evansville Benefit Advisors

How much do you know about the basics of HR law? Take our quiz and find out! The usual rules apply: The answers immediately follow the questions, and I won’t know if you cheat. Unless otherwise indicated, assume that there are no unique state or local laws involved. Ready? Here we go: No. 1: What … Continued

Opioid Addiction in the Workplace: Resources for Prevention and Treatment

The opioid crisis has driven overdose deaths in America to all-time highs. By 2017, the opioid mortality rate was five times higher than the rate in 1999. This crisis is not limited to one socio-economic class or one geographic area. Opioid addiction affects those in suburban homes, high-rise office buildings, and schools in every state in … Continued

CMS Disclosure Requirement for Employer Health Plans | Evansville Benefit Advisors

Do you offer health coverage to your employees? Does your group health plan cover outpatient prescription drugs? If so, federal law requires you to complete an online disclosure form every year with information about your plan’s drug coverage. You have 60 days from the start of your health plan year to complete the form. For … Continued

It’s Flu Season…Again

When flu season hits, absenteeism skyrockets and productivity drops. In a recent article, Employee Benefit News points out that the first step is the “ounce of prevention,” the flu vaccine. Providing for vaccination can be a smart benefit to offer employees, and it requires navigating misinformation about the vaccine, motivating employees to act, and contending … Continued

IRS Announces 2019 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits

On November 1, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Notice 2018-83 announcing cost-of-living adjustments affecting dollar limits for pension plans and other retirement-related items for tax year 2019. Many pension plan limits will change next year because the increase in the cost-of-living index has met the statutory thresholds that trigger their adjustment. Other items, … Continued

10 Everyday Things That Cost More Than Term Life Insurance

Adults and parents worry. We worry about our family’s health, safety, financial security and future. But more families need to put their money where their heart is by buying term life insurance. (This is the most affordable type when initially purchased and provides protection for a specific period of time or the “term”.) However, the … Continued

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