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Here’s what’s at stake for benefits leaders in this election year

With the GOP potentially able to take control of the House of Representatives, benefit leaders must prepare for changes, warned American Benefits Council’s Jim Klein.

7 takeaways from the Supreme Court vaccine mandate ruling

The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for employers, which required businesses with 100 or more employees to implement a...

Supreme Court ruling puts HR back in charge of vaccine mandates

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for employers, a ruling that leaves vaccine decisions in the hands of...

5 things to know as Supreme Court takes on vaccine mandates

After months of uncertainty, many employers will soon have an answer as to whether or not they need to proceed with COVID-19 vaccination mandates...

Amid Build Back Better, why paid leave is HR’s social responsibility

As employers await a Senate vote on President Biden’s social spending bill, how could the legislation impact the future of paid leave policies?

Amid Build Back Better bill, why paid leave is HR’s social responsibility

As employers await a Senate vote on President Biden’s social spending bill, they need to understand how the legislation could impact the future of paid leave policies.

OSHA suspends vaccine enforcement; what’s the next move for HR?

The decision leaves organizations in a difficult spot, but walking back plans may prove even more complicated, experts say.

Challenges ahead: 3 HR leaders share insights into the next five years

Workplace and benefits leaders predict obstacles that CHROs might expect in the coming years.

Benefits news you may have missed: Nov. 8-12

From how legal challenges are affecting employers’ plans for the vaccine mandate to new 401(k) and FSA limits, here are some of the week’s top stories.

Onsite COVID testing tech has arrived–but there’s a catch

Under the new OSHA rule, employers can use technology to test their employees for the coronavirus within certain limits.

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