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ACA Repeal Could Lead to 32 Million More Uninsured Americans by 2026, CBO Reports

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Later, after the elimination of the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid eligibility and of subsidies for insurance purchased through the ACA marketplaces, that number would increase to 27 million, and then to 32 million in 2026. The increase would reach about 50% in the year following the elimination of the Medicaid expansion and the marketplace subsidies, and premiums would about double by 2026.

CBO Releases Much-Anticipated Cost Estimate of ACA Repeal/Replace Plan

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That number would rise to 21 million in 2020 and 24 million in 2026, stemming in large part from changes in Medicaid enrollment. By 2026, the CBO estimates, 52 million people would be uninsured, compared with 28 million who would lack insurance that year under the current law. zimmytws / iStock / Getty Images Plus. Deficits Down but Number of Uninsured Up. trillion. Questions?

7 Recruiting Competencies to Guide the 21st Century Recruiter


Talent assessment of knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) will remain a critical recruiting skill whether you are a recruiter in 2016 or 2026. I used to think that recruiters were just the same as human resources professionals. I was wrong. I was in fact very wrong. Our jobs, although similar in terms of who we report to in the corporate organizational structure, are distinctly unique.

Spooky Report on ACA Filings

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It includes an article published recently by the National Law Review , noting that the Internal Revenue Service expects to generate $228 billion in revenue from the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate between 2017 and 2026. I was trying to think of a good, scary post to share on Halloween when this alert from Tango Health came across my screen. ”). In 2014, 7.9 HR profession

Wake Up, HR! Your Talent Supply Chain Has a Problem

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In 2026 or 2028, she will exit college and enter the workforce. It’s now 2026. Of course, there are things we could have been doing back in 2015 that would have made this far easier — things that may even have prevented us from getting to a place where the talent we hire lack the skills and capabilities our organizations need to succeed in the marketplace of 2026 and beyond. Editor’s Note: This is the ninth of 12 essays from the new book, The Rise of HR; Wisdom From 73 Thoughts Leaders. By Lance J. Richards. Very tough to argue against McKinsey research, right?).

“Millions to Earn More in Overtime!”: Facts and Fiction of the New FLSA Final Rule


The three year indexing could lead to massive jumps in the salary level, with it reaching $55,168 by 2023 and almost $60,000 by 2026, though some economic studies estimate it could actually be closer to $70,000. That is what the newspaper headline read on the front page of the morning paper. Yes, as many of you are aware the Department of Labor has finally released the final regulations regarding the new wage standard for exempt level employees. There was both good news and bad news in the notice published by the Department of Labor. Brief History. What Actually Occurred? The Bad News.

These Social Media Mistakes Are Hurting Job Applicants

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How will these findings factor into the hiring process of 2026? Ah, social media. The virtual downfall of people everywhere. But which social media mistakes are the most likely to hurt a job search? A new survey offers a few insights into what not to write! OfficeTeam asked more than 300 HR managers to hashtag the most common social media mistakes job seekers make, and let's just say that you might want to withhold your most sarcastic, from-mind-to-keyboard criticisms if you're looking for a job. Oops, was it something we said? Well, pictures do say a 1,000 words, right?