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Recent Blog Posts
Overtime Pay Protection (compressed)

May
27th
Final Rule Expands Overtime Pay Protection (Benefit Minute)

The Department of Labor has issued a final rule that revises the overtime exemption under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The final rule updates the salary level for the “white collar” exemption under the FLSA and will make more workers eligible for overtime pay. The FLSA generally applies to enterprises that generate revenue of […]

return to work (compressed)

May
13th
Employers: Do Your Homework Before You Buy Long-Term Disability Insurance

Being a smart buyer of long-term disability insurance (LTD) for your company is about more than just up-front costs — it’s about providing income refuge for the employee and a compassionate and cost-effective path to separation for the employer while reducing liability. We’ll review key aspects of a well-crafted LTD plan, including getting the injured […]

Ship

May
5th
Leading Through Crisis

Rob Weinhold, founder and CEO of the Fallston Group, an executive advisory firm focused on reputation management, led one of our recent PSA Partnership events.

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Apr
28th
Hours of Service under the Affordable Care Act (Benefit Minute)

Under the Affordable Care Act’s employer shared responsibility provisions (the employer mandate), employers with fifty or more full time equivalent employees are required to make an offer of health coverage to at least 95% of full time employees or pay a penalty that equates to $2,160 per employee (less 30) annually if one full time […]