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Emerging pay transparency and its impact on total rewards

Compensation is not only about pay. Take these three steps when reviewing total compensation with employees.

What to know about salary trends in 2023

Before doling out bigger bonuses and salary increases, leaders need to consider these factors.

What can HR expect after the midterms?

With the 2022 midterms past, a benefits expert says critical legislation will continue the trend of inaction due to a missing middle ground.

Pay transparency laws are here. What’s with the broad salary ranges?

Job postings with extremely broad pay ranges not only could open an employer up to city or state penalties but also could deter potential candidates.

DOL’s proposed rule may narrow the path for independent contractors

The proposed rule is far more nuanced than the current 'core factor' rule so taking a proactive approach is wise.

HSAs, 401(k)s, FSAs and more: 11 numbers to know for next year

From health savings account contribution limits to HDHP deductibles, here’s a look at what’s changing, and what's not, come 2023.

What California’s pay transparency law may mean for you

The new measure goes into effect in January and could signal a broader push for state and local laws.

Will Biden’s forgiveness plan spark interest in student loan benefits?

The announcement might spur further interest and demand in employer assistance as the government help, for many, is a ‘drop in the bucket.’

HBLC speaker proposals deadline extended

HR and benefit leaders have more time to submit a proposal to speak at the 2023 Health and Benefits Leadership Conference.

Employers exploring expansion of covered abortion services

New data sheds light on employers' benefit plans after Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court.

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