During the past several months, more employees have been concerned about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and the potential of “appeal, repair or replace.” With the unknowable legislative change, employees must refocus on everyday challenges of other long-existing, unwavering Federal regulations. A business that isn’t aware of its HR responsibilities is clearly headed for trouble. The regulators, the DOL, the HHS, and the IRS have increased the number of audits to ensure employers are compliant and not violating employees’ rights. In addition to potential fines and penalties imposed by the regulators, employees are awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars through private litigation.
Learn More from our VP of Compliance,Carolyn McNairy, by reading the full article in SHRM HR Professionals magazine.
CNN has picked up our OpEd co-authored by TASC CEO Dan Rashke! Fantastic news for the efforts of The Greater Give and TASC.
“Congress is considering changes to the tax code which would greatly reduce the proportion of taxpayers who benefit from incentives for charitable giving.”
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Just when we thought we had all the requirements figured out, health care could change forcing new challenges and new decisions in the sea of compliance. Employers and plan sponsors need to prepare for significant changes whether ACA is repealed, replaced, or repaired. It is highly likely that certain key ACA provisions will be rolled back.
SHRM HR Professionals Magazine’s full article draws out some of the changes that could occur when it comes to the Affordable Care Act. Click here to Learn more.
Cybersecurity and privacy now go hand in hand, with breaches at an inevitable state within all organizations. “No one entity can be smart enough to fight it all off — we have to work together with other businesses across all industries,” said Cliff Mason, president of Madison-based Total Administrative Services Corporation (TASC).
That was the takeaway from a panel of world-renowned cyber and data security experts at a recent forum hosted by TASC in Washington, D.C. Speakers at this free conference included David Bray, former CIO for the FCC, Steven Chabinsky, former deputy assistant director of cyber for the FBI, and Shane Harris, a journalist who covers intelligence agencies for The Wall Street Journal. The event drew attention to the need for higher standards in cyber and data security from America’s leading services providers in every industry.
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