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ACA & Legislative Update

The three main reasons workers’ compensation costs are high: 1. Too many claims, lasting too long. *At LassiterWare, we say, “The only good claim, is a closed claim.” 2. Poor program design. *Communication, education and motivation need to be at the forefront when designing and implementing. 3. Lack of involvement by the employer. *The most […]

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With President-elect, Donald J. Trump, there are still a lot of raised hands in regards to Federal Regulations and changes likely to take place once all the dust clears. Many of the pressing questions being asked are: What changes are business owners possibly facing? Will President-elect, Trump, bring about repeals or will regulations intensify? What changes should business owners […]

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Join us as we share reasonable, but effective techniques that can be incorporated into your subcontractors agreements to transfer risk and reduce your overall exposure. We will take a look at ways to identify unfavorable provisions within contracts you are asked to sign and provide “push-back” strategies to reduce or eliminate those exposures and associated costs. […]

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Join us for a preview of the U.S. presidential election and its potential impact on the Affordable Care Act and employee benefits. We’ll discuss recent legal and regulatory developments in health care reform, including: • ACA’s Section 1557 nondiscrimination rules for health programs that receive federal funding; • new rules for wellness programs in 2017; […]

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In recent months, the Florida Supreme Court issued an opinion in two separate cases finding particular provisions within the workers’ compensation regulations to be unconstitutional. The combined impact of these recent decisions has been extreme and expected to put Florida back on path with the record high rates seen in the early 2000s, particularly in the […]

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The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has published proposed revisions of the Part 541 overtime regulations that define the executive, administrative, professional, outside sales, and computer employee exemptions from overtime and minimum wage requirements contained in section 13(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. While these new revisions must go through a notice and comment […]

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On October 1, 2015 important changes to Florida’s construction defect dispute resolutions law went into effect. Chapter 558, Florida Statues, provides procedure aimed at resolving claims for construction defects without the need for litigation. This presentation will focus on the specific details and how these changes will affect the Florida construction industry. Presenter(s): Christopher A. […]

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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has made a number of important changes to group health plans since the law was passed. Many of these key reforms became effective in 2014 and 2015, including health plan design changes, increased wellness program incentives and employer shared responsibility penalties. Additional reforms take effect in 2016 for employers sponsoring […]

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