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FMLA Turns 25, and Employers Must Be Vigilant as Ever

February 15, 2018

Twenty-five years ago this month, President Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act into law, and employment experts warn employers they could face serious legal problems if they don’t follow the statute’s requirements carefully. Read More

These Legal Hurdles Could Trip Up Universal Health Care in California

February 13, 2018

On Wednesday, the State Assembly's Select Committee on Health Care Delivery Systems and Universal Coverage wraps up hearings assessing possible paths the state could follow to get to universal care for all Californians. On Monday, the panel considered some of the federal and state legal hurdles California lawmakers could face if they pursue a radical revamp of the health care system. Read More

What Do Employees Think of Their Health Insurance Plan?

February 13, 2018

Most Americans who have health insurance through their employer are not only satisfied with their plans, but many also feel their premium and deductible costs are reasonable – though they are concerned about rising costs, according to America’s Health Insurance Plans’ survey, “The Value of Employer-Provided Coverage.” Read More