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Gary Kushner drops by @DriveThruHR to share his insights on ERISA and ACA compliance
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by ?@williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
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On this week's episode, hosts Doug Field and Andrew Dietz welcome a special guest from Tango Health to the program to talk ACA compliance. Then the hosts embark on an in-depth discussion of the upcoming FORUM West conference in Las Vegas.
Kami Haynes, director of marketing, Tango Health will join the program for the first segment. Complying with the Affordable Care Act is a challenge for organizations, requiring a solid understanding of the complex requirements for reporting employee data to the IRS. How can you coordinate multiple sources of employee data required for reporting? How can you be sure you’re correctly reporting health benefits offered to employees? How can you ensure accuracy when populating complex ACA reporting forms? And what are best practices for obtaining data not been tracked prior to the ACA? In this interview, Kami and the hosts will help listeners understand the reporting requirements and potential pitfalls in the reporting process and how your organization can tackle the ACA compliance challenge.
Catherine Merritt founded MUMZY and went about looking at crowd funding. She discusses her experiences.
Terry R. Barber (CEO of Performance Inspired£) often relates 21st century corporate America to an ancient battlefield. He brilliantly uses historical warfare, tactics and characters to present lessons for today's leaders and followers who struggle in their job of trying to make their companies and lives relevant. He dissects the modern office into three groups of combatants all who can be directly related and recognized in the corporate world we know today, including the most toxic – the six kinds of office “troublemakers”.
Janet Sawyer joins us from across the pond to discuss her book and more.
Steve Friedman of Littler Mendelson discusses the ACA and what it means for small business after recent court decisions.
Over50JobBoard.com CEO Blake Nations. ³Our site enables employers to sift through a cluttered applicant pool and hire based on wisdom and expertise.²
Five years ago, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. And today, we have Navigant’s Paul Keckley looking at the goals of the law and discussing what’s working and what’s ahead for the ACA.
So Is It Working?
Has it increased access to coverage? Yes, at least for some, and at least for now.
Has it reduced costs? It’s too soon to know.
Has it improved the public’s understanding of the U.S. health system? Regrettably no.
The stakes in the states are higher
The winners and losers are shaking out
Innovators with value-driven solutions are disrupting the status quo
The ACA will be a spotlight issue in Campaign 2016
Tune in to listen to more of what Paul Keckley has to say with our host Patricia Salber (@docweighsin).
Showtime 8AM-10AM EST: It's Anything Goes Monday! Today is your day so bring your topics or questions to conversations. Can't think of anything to talk about or questions to asks, never fear...I have plenty to say. Just a few examples on the table: Has the GOP given up on stopping ACA/Obamacare? Should POTUS have military experience? Is the FDA (Federal Drug Administration) approving drugs at the request of politicians and medical societies? Is inequality a ficticious and just an excuse?
Join me "In the Pickle Barrel" as we take a look at whatever comes up on Anything Goes Monday. ake part in the conversations in the online Chat Room or call and share your thoughts live on ar at 855-236-2486.
Hr1 A light dusting of snow brings Washington DC to it's knees. Over 100 accidents in the first day! It's going to be a rough weekend.
Jimmy Kimmel goes man on the street asking people their thoughts on MLK, Jr., endorsing Trump for president.
UnitedHealth reconsidering participation in Obamacare due to excessive losses. What are they going to do now? Private companies don't survive without profit.
US Air Force to allow service members to carry weapons.
Obama destroyed after US Navy boats transporting top ISIS terror leader captured by Iran. Huge coverup... and ridiculous cooperation with Iran. Shameful.
Hr2 Jesse Watters asks people to explain the difference between Democrats and Republicans.
Jane Fonda and a few other actors drive the Dump Trump campaign. Anyone else think this may just be the campaign that seals the deal for his presidency?
Arizona State offered a course called “The Problem with Whiteness" and Portland Community College took it one step further by declaring April 2016 to be “Whiteness History Month.” And that's not a good thing. It's meant to shame whites.
What happened to that clear line of respect between teachers and students? trusting teachers with our kids, not have to worry about them having sex with our teens!
Hr3 Freedom of speech does not apply100% on a school campus. It's basically it's own island. The principal has an enormous amount of latitude in deciding how to apply rules and laws.
Marco Rubio stands up for atheists and Christians saying... no one forces you to believe in God & no one will stop me from talking about God either. Protecting the 1st Amendment.
Writer and political activist Michael Hausam of HausRules talks Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump, conservatism, and weak GOP leadership.
On the April 23, 2015 episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
Yesterday was Earth Day. To celebrate it I had shared a picture on my facebook wall saying "Happy Libertarian Earth Day" with a picture of a sunken ship and pollution everywhere. This caused a big debate. On many issues I do believe Libertarians have it right (mostly because they agree with liberals). However, in some areas their line of reasoning is flawed and even damaging. Can the invisible hand effectively stop pollution? Does the non aggression principal allow for government regulation?
In the second half I will be discussing King V Burwell. Arguments were made in March to the Supreme Court. I will have on as a guest Todd Haley who was able to get affordable health coverage under the ACA and whose case was brought up by Harvard Law School Center for Health Law and Public Policy. Mr. Haley would lose affordable coverage and would be adversely effected by a ruling against subsidies on exchanges that are federally run.
Those topics, headlines, tweet of the week, and more on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right at 8pm Central on Blog Talk Radio.
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On this week's program, hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field welcome two guests to the program to cover financial wellness, digital health tools and more. In the show's opening 10 minutes, the hosts discuss highlights of the upcoming Private Exchange FORUM conference program.
The first guest is Denise Winston, founder of Money Starts Here, a financial education company. Most of us are no strangers to financial worries, especially in today’s economy. In the workplace, however, there’s a growing concern that needs addressing: the impact of financially stressed employees on their employers. The harsh reality is that the majority of working Americans are already living paycheck to paycheck, and it’s about to get worse. Unfortunately, due to the ACA, many employers have seen huge increases in their health care premiums and have no other option except to shift more of those health care costs onto their already financially stressed employees. In this segment, Denise and the hosts will take a look at what monetary worries will do to an employee’s quality of life -- and how that impacts a company’s bottom line.
The second guest is Paul Ketchel, CEO of MDsave. As an ever-growing number of patient-consumers begin to feel the impact of their high-deductible plans, January is an appropriate time to take a fresh look at new and emerging tools and solutions that address the "consumerization" of health care. In this conversation with Paul Ketchel, the CEO of digital health care startup MDsave, we will take a look at what solutions are offered directly to consumers today, through their current insurance carriers and through their employers. It is well understood that the cost burden of health care is shifting to the consumer. What is not understood are the current options for mitigating that cost burden without compromising on care.
Weekly Address: The Affordable Care Act is Here to Stay
June 27, 2015 | 3:10 | Public Domain
In this week's address, the President called the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act a victory for hardworking Americans across the country, whose lives are more secure because of this law.Also available in iTunes
Debbie Hodges joins the podcast to discuss her experience with the rising cost of her health care and why she has opted out of ObamaCare and is now joining many of other uninsured Americans who can better afford paying the fine as opposed to astrinomical insurance premiums and deductibles.
Supreme Court Heard arguement on ACA aka Obamacare Subsidies
King v. Burwell
Docket Number: 14-114
Date Argued: 03/04/15
King vs Burwell US Supreme Court
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