Compensation and Benefits
Individuals in Missouri will have to undergo therapy before seeking gender-affirming care under an emergency rule issued by the state attorney general.
President Biden has signed a congressional resolution that terminates the COVID-19 national emergency, returning a number of deadlines and provisions affecting employee benefit plans to their pre-pandemic norms.
The recent decision applies nationwide and could jeopardize access to care for millions of Americans if it is upheld, but the Biden administration is appealing the ruling.
In a case with potentially significant implicants for employers, a federal district court has ruled that a Texas law criminalizing abortion does not prohibit organizations from helping people seeking abortions to travel out of state to access the procedure.
The proposed rules would reverse Trump-era rules that weakened the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate for employer-provided health insurance plans.
Paid leave soon will be available to nearly all Illinois workers, as a result of the state legislature's recent passage of the Paid Leave for All Workers Act.
A new rule from the US Department of Labor clarifies that fiduciaries may look at the economic effects of climate change and other ESG considerations on a particular investment or investment course of action.
The US Department of Defense (DOD) is joining the growing list of employers offering to pay for out-of-state travel to access abortion services.
A new California law will outlaw discrimination based on a person's reproductive health decisions and expand requirements for contraceptive and family planning coverage for group health plans.
Disaster Unemployment Assistance is now temporarily available to affected Florida businesses and residents who are not eligible for regular state or federal reemployment assistance benefits.
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