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The Most Important Question A CEO Should Ask Their HR Leader - Forbes

Dave Chase advocates for CEOs to question where health plan documents that their organization operates under come.

Taking the Pulse of Your Organization: Understanding Employee Concerns

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Perhaps more than in any other industry, nonprofit organizations are strongly vested.

Knowing What Matters Most to Employees: The Importance of Healthcare

It’s probably no surprise to hear that healthcare benefits matter to your employees. How much they matter is more.

Human Resource Management Trends for 2016

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Human resources is becoming an exciting field of late, rapidly moving along with digital.

Round-Up: Recruiting and Retaining the Valuable Millennial Generation

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There’s a lot of discussion in the business world right now about the millennial.

US Employees Feel the Rub of Cost-Shifting

Nowadays, employers are shifting more healthcare costs to employees to help balance financial responsibilities..

2016 Tax Season: IRS Releases Draft Reporting Forms and Increased Penalty Amounts

In 2016 employers who provide minimum essential coverage to employees will be required to begin mandatory reporting.

Fees for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Due July 31, 2015

If your organization sponsors a self-insured plan, you may be on the hook to contribute to the Patient-Centered.

Nonprofit Healthcare: Looking Ahead to 2018 and the Cadillac Tax

Beginning in 2018, organizations that provide high-cost employer-sponsored healthcare to employees will be.

Oregon Opportunity Network Partners with NonstopHR

Portland, Ore. – JULY 2014 – NonstopHR, a nontraditional human resources and benefits broker, and Oregon Opportunity.