ShawHankins partners with NFP to offer year-round training opportunities for employers on the issues that affect their employees and business.
Since the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, there have been many questions about the case’s implications for coverage of LGBT employees. Specifically, employers often question plan eligibility parameters concerning coverage of same-sex spouses and domestic partners. Additionally, the ACA’s Section 1557 provisions have caused many to question the benefits that must be provided to transgender individuals. Join us on this webinar to discuss the status of the laws and cases that impact employers’ responsibilities pertaining to LGBT benefits coverage.
Whether it’s a tobacco surcharge, a company-wide walking program, or a reward for completing a health risk assessment, wellness programs come with various rules employers must remember. Offering wellness plans without meeting the related agency regulations can expose employers to unintended consequences. Join us on this webinar to learn about the different wellness compliance mines to avoid.
The Boss Should Think About Retirees
here are ways that offering retiree health coverage is different than offering coverage to active employees. This webinar will address compliance topics that have particular implications for retirees. Among other topics, we’ll address issues like COBRA, Medicare, ERISA, and the ACA and what they mean for employers providing retiree coverage.
The differences between fully-insured plans and self-funded plans go beyond the way that the benefits are funded and paid for. This webinar will focus on the differences between the two types of plans, including how the plan’s designation as one or the other affects the major compliance requirements. .
Health Savings Accounts are being offered and utilized more than ever before. However, they present particular compliance requirements that employers are not always aware of. Join us as we discuss some of the common compliance pitfalls employers make while administering HSAs.