Adult Learners are an Important Employer Resource

Edcor

Lumina Foundation’s goal is that 60 percent of Americans will have a high-quality credential or degree by 2026. percent of adult learners work full-time and 18.5 percent work part-time. Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce report Learning While Earning: The New Normal states that about 40 percent of undergraduate students and 76 percent of graduate students work at least 30 hours a week while they attend school.

Three More States Decide to Expand Medicaid Under the ACA

ACA Times

State residents who meet the income criteria will be given an opportunity to enroll into basic or prime coverage. Additionally, state residents will need to work, provide for a family member, volunteer, be actively looking for work, or attend university or an apprenticeship if they wish to receive full care under the expansion, according to an article by Live Well Nebraska. The post Three More States Decide to Expand Medicaid Under the ACA first appeared on The ACA Times.

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Employee Development: 5 Easy Ways To Level Up Your Team

Trainual

Both employee training and development aim to improve and broaden an employee’s skills over time. According to SHRM , the majority of the workforce will be 40 years or older by 2026. Or, you can go all out by providing time off and reimbursements for development events.

Commanding the Current Market: Traditional Students

Burning Glass Technologies

The NCES projects that, even as far out as 2026, traditional-aged students will still make up 60% of total postsecondary enrollment. . A massive survey of 137,000 first-time, full-time postsecondary students revealed that most were working while enrolled, with one in ten working more than 20 hours per week. 1 reason for attending college was to get a better job, which was identified as “very important” by 85% of students.

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Monthly ACA Compliance Can Help Employers Avoid IRS Penalties

ACA Times

4 minute read: As the IRS rolls out Letter 226J penalty notices for the 2017 tax year, those of you who have a monthly compliance process in place to address your organization’s responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act should be glad you took the time to put such a process in place. With the agency having recently reduced the amount of time an organization has to respond to Letter 226J, time will be of the essence.

Monthly ACA Compliance Can Help Employers Avoid IRS Penalties

ACA Times

This will save your organization time and money, in addition to getting you set up for responding to the notice in a timely manner. With the agency now enforcing a reduced amount of time for an extension to an organization to respond to Letter 226J, time will be of the essence. In the end, the analytical data outputs are only as good as the quality of the raw data inputs that feed the calculations required to meet ACA regulations to avoid IRS penalties.