By 2024, baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) will reach ages 60 to 78, many of whom will continue working even after they qualify for Social Security retirement benefits (and Medicare). As compared to 2014 labor force data, BLS projects that the number of older workers (aged 65 and older) will increase by 10.9%, compared to a projected 5% increase in the entire US labor force.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) has been around since 1995. On February 6, 2013, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) published final regulations that expanded the protections under the FMLA. Although many employers understand the job protection aspect of FMLA, protecting and maintaining employee welfare benefits during FMLA leave can be just as, if not more, challenging.
Corporate transitions like mergers and acquisitions are continuing at a rapid pace. When considering how these transactions and changes will impact employee benefit compliance, time is often limited.
Hays Companies VP and National Cyber Liability Practice Leader Dave Wasson was invited by Lathrop Gage to discuss uncommon approaches to cyber threats. This 60-minute webinar addresses the increased threat to companies being targets of data breach, insurance policies and coverage for losses and how this area has evolved in the past 10 years.