Staying compliant with changing legislation and heath care reform has never been more difficult than it is today. Great Harbor Benefits has the necessary resources to provide timely newsletters, articles, and news briefs to help you stay abreast of the most recent legislation changes.
Legislation Services Overview
ARE YOU ABLE TO KEEP UP AND COMPLY WITH EVER-CHANGING BENEFITS LEGISLATION?
Between changing legislation and health care reform, staying compliant has never been more difficult. We provide timely newsletters, articles and news briefs to help you and your employees stay abreast of the most recent legislation.
ARE YOU AWARE OF THE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS LEGISLATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR STATE?
Keep track of regional legislative changes with valuable state-specific information related to COBRA, FMLA, disability insurance laws, state mandates, cellphone use while driving, domestic partner laws and rest/meal periods.
ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT WHAT HEALTH CARE REFORM MEANS FOR YOUR BUSINESS?
Stay informed with the latest attorney-reviewed information as health care reform provisions take effect.
ACA COMPLIANCE BULLETINS
With constant changes and regularly released guidance, it can be difficult to stay up to date on health care changes. Affordable Care Act (ACA) Compliance Bulletins are detailed news alerts that provide you with the latest developments in health care law.
Staying up to date with all of the rules and regulations governing employee benefits and their changes can be an enormous task. The Compliance Bulletins, similar to ACA Compliance Bulletins, provide timely, essential information on the latest legal updates.
Remaining informed on new benefits legislation is easy with the monthly Benefits Buzz newsletter. It features attorney-reviewed, concise summaries of rule changes and other topics to help you catch up with the latest information.
Become educated on trending benefits issues with the quarterly Benefits Bulletin newsletter. This multipage newsletter provides in-depth summaries and guidance on a variety of topics.
Many HR departments do not have the time to search for and vet information on HR trends. The HR Brief—a monthly newsletter that features two short, timely HR topics along with a “Did You Know” factoid—makes completing that task almost effortless.
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