Bloomberg BNA survey finds 58% of employers are providing at least three paid days off, a jump from 42% from 2011-2012.
Other priorities next year will include hiring more examiners to police advisers, JOBS Act rulemaking on Reg D, crowdfunding.
Combination of the two exceeds support for each singly, according to Emerson College Polling Society.
Large employers are continuing to make more use of self-insurance programs; small employers that still offer health benefits are making less use of them.
With all the buzz around the fiscal cliff, what tends to get overlooked is a tax that will definitely take effect in the new year.
The Obama administration has released new regulations that would make it illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions.
Moody’s Investors Service says the U.S. property and casualty personal-lines sector remains stable despite expected Hurricane Sandy losses.
Most small businesses either incorrectly believe or aren’t sure whether they must provide health insurance to employees in 2014, a recent survey shows.
Despite the high winds recorded from Superstorm Sandy, wind damage from the storm was “surprisingly minor,” a report says.
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