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Page 1 of 1, showing 14 records out of 14 total, starting on record 1, ending on 14Diana Duft 10/5/11
To adjust their style to team members’ needs, leaders must understand their team’s responses as well as the underlying forces driving their own firstname.lastname@example.org 5/7/12
Debbie Weber has worked with for-profit, nonprofit, adult and pediatric health care organizations for more than 20 years. Weber’s consulting skills will aim to serve as a strong resource for the firm’s clients’ human resources email@example.com 6/18/12
Amid uncertainty surrounding the future of employer-sponsored health coverage, employers are preparing to pursue alternate methods of offering health care options to their employees, according to a recent firstname.lastname@example.org 6/21/12
Also, if you include all of the behind-the-scenes players, the health care industry will grow from 15.6 million jobs in 2010 to 19.8 million jobs in 2020, according to a recent study.Jeffrey Cattel 7/3/12
Industry professionals react to last week's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, which largely upheld the constitutionality of the comprehensive 2010 health care email@example.com 8/2/12
The average annual cost of insurance per employee on a health care employer sponsored PPO plan is $8,707, up from $6,807 reported in 2009, according to a recent firstname.lastname@example.org 10/3/12
Also, the average health care cost per employee was $10,522 in 2012, up from $10,034 in 2011. The portion of the total health care premium that employees were asked to contribute toward this premium cost was $2,204 in 2012, compared to $2,090 in email@example.com 12/18/12
Across-the-board changes in health care are coming in 2014. Here’s what companies need to do next year to be firstname.lastname@example.org 1/29/13
An annual survey by CareerBuilder found that 22 percent of health care hiring managers plan to add full-time, permanent employees in 2013, up three percentage points over 2012.Audrey Tillman 1/31/13
Here are some best practices to help educate employees and communicate more effectively about benefits email@example.com 2/4/13
Also, the average employer contributed $7,225 in health premiums in 2012, according to a new study.David L. Barron 2/19/13
The sweeping health care reform passed in 2010 finally takes full form in 2014. Here’s what HR needs to firstname.lastname@example.org 3/21/13
Texas employers are increasingly sharing accountability and decision-making with employees when it comes to health care, according to a email@example.com 5/6/13
The new section of ADP’s website aims to provide information to employers related to health care reform through webinars and other online learning tools.