XpertHR provides an insider's look at a Supreme Court case that asks if an employer may deny contraceptive coverage to its employees on religious grounds under the Affordable Care Act. Hear why this might be the most significant dispute of the Court's term.
A California court determined whether an employee should retain her eligibility for unemployment benefits when her employer claimed that she "constructively quit" her job by making unreasonable demands.
The final rule implementing the employer shared responsibility provisions of the Affordable Care Act (commonly referred to as the employer mandate or the pay or play mandate) has resulted in updates to nine FAQs on the Health Care Reform Resource Center.
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