How Do Small Business Owners Provide For Their Own Healthcare?Small business owners can choose healthcare options within and outside the national health insurance exchange.
What Could A Repeal Of The ACA Mean For Your Small Business?Despite the political rhetoric, the Affordable Care Act was a big boost for many small businesses, as well as their employees and customers.
How To Prepare Your Company To Properly Provide Healthcare CoverageHere is a quick guide to understanding small business owners' responsibilities when it comes to offering healthcare to employees.
Company Healthcare: Are You Responsible For Employer Shared Payment?Employee shared payment refers to the amount of health insurance compensation companies are required to provide their employees.
3 Ways Your Small Business Can Benefit From A Minimum Wage IncreaseSmall business owners can reduce the amount of employee turnover by providing a fair and healthy salary to their staff.
Michigan Employment Law 101: What Every Small Business Owner Needs To KnowKeep your employees happy and your business out of trouble by following these Michigan laws.
5 Ways To Provide Your Employees Great Benefits Without Great CostBenefits are crucial for the right working environment, so here are a few suggestions to help you reward your employees.
Advocates Launch Initiative To Require Paid Sick Days In MichiganLegislation to mandate paid sick leave has gone nowhere in the Republican-led Legislature.
Democrats Back Bills Requiring Employer-Paid Paid Sick DaysRepublicans wants to ban local governments from requiring businesses to provide paid sick leave.
Infinisource Adds HR, Benefits BlogColdwater-based Infinisource Inc., a provider of online and offiline employee benefits services, has launched The Newsroom, a news blog focusing on payroll, benefits laws and regulations, benefit administration trends and other employee benefit related issues.
House Bid To Reject State Employee Benefits StallsRepublicans in the Michigan House are having trouble getting enough Democratic votes to overturn a decision to extend health coverage to same-sex partners or other adults living with some state employees.