20 AUGUST, 2020 Survey: Health plans to cost $15,500 per Employee Next Year More plans are expected to cover virtual office visits and expanded mental health and well-being offerings. Dive Brief: Large employers are projecting their health care benefit costs to surpass $15,500 per employee in 2021, Business Group on Health’s annual survey finds. That […]
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"Form a service perspective, Hospitality Benefits is ridiculously responsive and helpful. A stand-up company that understands the meaning of real service."
"Since switching over to Hospitality Benefits, we have had flat to low single-digit increases to our healthcare spend. This past year, HB actually reduced our health care spend while improving the plan. Our employees are very happy."
"Transitioning to the Hospitality Benefits Consortium model saved us 33% compared to current costs. We now have a significantly better plan at a lower cost."
"Hospitality Benefits has helped us resolve multiple compliance and employee issues on my behalf. This has freed up my time to focus on more important tasks."
“Anytime we have an issue or question, they get right on it and quickly get back to us.”
“Hospitality Benefits goes out of their way to handle and solve employee carrier issues, health plan questions, claim issues, and eligibility updates. We are happy we made the move to Hospitality Benefits.”
14 AUGUST, 2020 Federal Court’s Rejection of Some DOL FFCRA Rules May Affect Your Pandemic Leave Policies In response to a lawsuit brought by New York State (“State”), the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has invalidated four provisions of the U.S. Department of Labor’s (“DOL”) Final Rule (“Rule”) interpreting the […]
23 JULY, 2020 What’s new in the DOL’s updated FMLA forms? The DOL described the forms as “easier to understand for employers, leave administrators, healthcare providers, and employees.” As the great philosopher Ferris Bueller once said, life moves pretty fast. Therefore, it’s entirely possible you might have missed the July 16 release of the U.S. […]