Assessments, Policies, and Training Are Key to HIPAA Compliance

HR Daily Advisor

The keys for plan sponsors to avoid penalties under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), as well as other liability that may come with data breaches, were discussed by HIPAA experts in a recent webinar. Periodic risk assessments, updated policies and procedures, and ongoing training are critical to HIPAA compliance, said Kathryn Bakich, senior vice president at Segal Consulting. Minimizing HIPAA Privacy Liability.

Join Paycor's HR & Compliance Webinar Summit on June 9

Paycor

Paycor is gathering top HR industry experts on June 9, 2016 for the Summer HR and Compliance Web Summit , a free all-day online conference to share best practices and tips for managing employees. Register below to learn from industry experts as they share their knowledge on several great topics, including: HR Megatrends: Keeping Ahead of the Curve. Webinar description: It’s not good enough to be a great HR department. How to win in the war for talent.

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Top 10 Questions about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)

PlanSource

Top 10 Questions about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) . Since March 11, 2021 the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) has introduced thousands of questions from employers racing against the bill ’ s t ight deadlines to stay legally compliant. Who is eligible for the subsidy?

Top 10 Questions about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) 

PlanSource

Since March 11, 2021 the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) has introduced thousands of questions from employers racing against the bill ’ s t ight deadlines to stay legally compliant. Who is eligible for the subsidy? How do employers implement the plan?

The increased need for HR risk management tools

PeopleStrategy

Issues directly and indirectly caused by the COVID-19 pandemic made many aspects of running a business and managing employees significantly more complicated. Assess the risks for your business. HR leaders’ careful oversight is key to risk management now and in the long term.

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Why You Should Keep Track of Employee Training

Insperity

What can tracking your employees’ training do for your human resources strategy? It keeps your workers in compliance with state or industry regulations and puts them on track for advancement so that your business can stay current with prevailing trends and maintain a workforce that is engaged and ready for the future. Continuing education (CE) is required within many fields for workers to stay up-to-date on new technologies, skills and developments within the industry.

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4 Facts About Medicare That All Employers Should Know

HR Daily Advisor

Employers that offer group health insurance plans to their employees have an interest in learning how employees’ entitlement to Medicare benefits can affect the administration of those plans. This article discusses the coordination of benefits between the two plans. In other words, it answers the question: How does my company health plan interact with Medicare? The post 4 Facts About Medicare That All Employers Should Know appeared first on HR Daily Advisor.

How to Plan for a Virtual Benefits Open Enrollment

Tango Health

In light of the COVID-19 crisis, you should focus on engagement and orchestrate a personalized, on-demand, and virtual benefits open enrollment experience. The problem with these formats is they can’t effectively mimic the compassionate, concise, and knowledgeable call to HR.

It?s Time to Analyze Benefits Management

Aberdeen HCM Essentials

Advocating for their workforce and the benefits they deserve is not only a drain of organizational resources, but an exhausting battle. The picture painted here is bleak, I won’t lie. Aberdeen research has identified three strategic approaches empowering employers to provide the best benefits administration for their workforce and for their organizations, and you can learn about them in this on-demand webinar, Benefits Management is Now an Analytics Game.

The Source: Weekly Roundup – April 15th, 2019

PlanSource

Welcome to The Source, your one-stop-shop for the latest and greatest HR and benefits news. Start off your week on a high note with The Source! In this week's edition, we discuss important employment law updates that you should be watching, how to use social media for recruiting, the new trend of 'adulting' benefits and more! Get ‘The Source’ sent directly to your inbox! Alexa, can you spell HIPAA? Thought Of The Week.

Trojans, RATs, and The Onion Router

HR Daily Advisor

Nelson, an Armstrong Teasdale partner who is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional, shared his tips at the ECN (Employers Counsel Network) Annual Conference, held recently in Seattle. ECN is the network of attorneys from all 50 states who write BLR’s state compliance newsletters.) Trojan generators are readily available on the “dark net,” says Nelson. A Trojan can: Surf the Internet. Play the piano. TOR: The Onion Router.

Harrison Sonntag of ‘Maven Wave’: “Embrace change”

Thrive Global

However, I look back and the skills I learned that have helped me tremendously as both a teacher and in tech sales. But I embraced the change and the opportunity and am happy that I did. I felt I wasn’t making a difference in the world. Embrace change.

Christina M. Reger: “5 things I wish someone told me when I first started”

Thrive Global

As a part of my series about “5 things I wish someone told me when I first became an attorney” I had the pleasure of interviewing Christina M. Tina is the founding partner of the Law Offices of Christina Reger, LLC. At the time, I was seven months pregnant with my first child.

Which Employer Mandates Are on Trump’s Chopping Block?

HR Daily Advisor

Employers can expect some relief from federal requirements under the Trump administration, especially those put in place under President Obama. New pay reporting requirements and the overtime rules almost certainly are doomed, as are new requirements for contractors, attorneys from Fortney & Scott predicted during a recent webinar. Republicans’ 52–48 position in the Senate also bodes well for Trump’s nominees. Puzder’s reach also may go beyond the U.S.