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Jessica Liu

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The 2015 Job Market

2014 was a good time to find a job in North America, matching the job market optimism in Canada. Gallup, the American research-based performance-management consulting company known for its opinion polls, reports that optimism about finding jobs was.

Voluntary Benefits are Attractive to Millennials

Career goals of today’s workers are much different than the traditional career goals of our grandparents. No one has expected to work for the same company from young adulthood to retirement and get a gold watch on the last day of work for some time.


Results of a Washington Post-ABC News Poll in late 2014 showed that more than six in 10 Americans don’t understand how changes in the law will affect them. People have been confused about the Obama administration health care mandate since its.

Why HCM is Gaining Traction

Difficult and time-consuming employment processes like payroll, recruiting, and workforce development are more easily implemented and managed with human capital management (HCM), making it attractive to more and more employers. HCM is changing.

Common Affordable Care Act Myths

Employers and employees alike are still confused about a lot of the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Owners, executives, and administrators responsible for administering benefits all have to sort through and understand the myriad.

ACA Employer Shared-Responsibility Reporting Tips

The Affordable Care Act’s employer shared responsibility (ESR) is a reality for employers across the country. The new IRS Forms 1094 and 1095 are required for IRS reporting, but many employers are still unprepared for their reporting requirements in.

Oregon’s New Paid Sick Leave Law

Unlike other developed countries, the United States has no countrywide paid sick leave laws. President Obama is trying to change that, calling for a national paid sick leave bill in his 2015 State of the Union Address. Democrats re-introduced.

ACA Obstacles to Overcome

Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act, has been America’s hope and bane since it passed a few short years ago. It’s been rife with controversies, delays, complications, and legal maneuvers. Its original purpose was healthcare reform to lower and.

Why Everyone Should Care About King v Burwell

King v Burwell, the lawsuit challenging the legality of subsidies for marketplace insurance premiums, was decided on June 25th by a 6-3 vote in the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), favoring the full intention of the law rather than the.

LA City Council Approves a $15 Minimum Wage Hike

Los Angeles is on track for a $15 minimum wage by the year 2020 thanks to the Los Angeles City Council’s recent vote to approve an annual increase schedule. For almost a year, the California Restaurant Association (CRA) has strongly advocated for.

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