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An aging workforce is on the minds of finance chiefs in the Duke/CFO Business Outlook Survey.
A law professor at Cornell argues the opposite.
A growing number of companies are embracing sustainable business practices by becoming Certified B Corporations.
It's a strategy a lot of employers are mulling over, but liability issues may arise if it's not done very carefully.
No, say their human-resources leaders. Not even the individual mandate is having an impact.
The average company with more than 1,000 employees will pay 4.4 percent more in 2014 than it did last year, new research says.
Exchange participants can either 'buy up' or 'buy down' compared with their previous coverage, but most do the latter rather than opt for better insurance.
In a business where work forces assemble and disassemble for each project, and non-union workers have been uninsured, cost and logistical issues loom large.
Probably, but they should consult their legal teams first.
There's no time to waste in complying with the law by measuring employees' average hours, with penalties slated to be assessed starting next Jan. 1.