Article provided by Gerep, Asinta’s French Partner. Headcount thresholds for many years have been accused of putting the brake on recruitment and company growth. Indeed,… Read More
Expected effective date: second half of 2019 or 2020 Article provided by EB Incorporation, Asinta’s South Korean Partner. Apart from South Korea’s National Pension System… Read More
The employer health tax (EHT) is an annual tax on British Columbia (B.C.) remuneration paid to employees and former employees in a calendar year beginning… Read More
Asinta thanks Gerep, its Partner in France, for providing this information. After some particularly grueling negotiations with the optical industry, the Minister of Health published… Read More
Many thanks to Asinta’s Partner in India, Prudent, for providing this information. Formally known as The Maternity Benefit Amendment Act of 2017, in human resources… Read More
Effective dates: March 2018, July 2018, and September 2018 Asinta thanks Prudent, its Partner in India, for providing this information. India’s highest courts recently passed… Read More
Information provided by Asinta’s US Partner, Alliant Employee Benefits. On October 23, 2018, the Departments of the Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services (Departments)… Read More
Many thanks to our US Partner, Alliant Employee Benefits, for providing this article. Recently the Department of Labor (DOL) issued final rules on Association Health… Read More
Our French Partner, Gerep, reports intense media coverage about the French government’s proposed 100% Health (100% Santé) regulation. This is a new set of healthcare… Read More
The Working Time Directive in the European Union mandates all EU countries guarantee specific rights to employees. This includes limits to weekly working hours which… Read More
Many thanks to Asinta’s Irish Partner, Glennon Employee Benefits, for contributing this article. Recently the Irish government released details of how a proposed auto-enrollment pension… Read More
Many thanks to Asinta’s Swiss Partner, Pittet Group, for providing this article. The goal of Tax Proposal 17 (PF17 / SV17) is to achieve international… Read More
Many thanks to our US Partner, Alliant Employee Benefits, for providing this article. Business reorganizations can create significant complexities with the benefit plans of both… Read More
Many thanks to our Ukrainian Partner, MAI CEE, for providing this article. Recently the Ukraine’s Supreme Court ruled on the definition of the term ‘employee’… Read More
Many thanks to our Swiss Partner, the Pittet Group, for providing this article. At its meeting on March 2, 2018 the Swiss Federal Council debated… Read More
Many thanks to our Canadian Partner Cowan Insurance Group for providing this information. Cowan Insurance Group is pleased to announce the release of its 2018… Read More
Many thanks to our French Partner Gerep for providing this article. Since the end of 2017, health professionals, device manufacturers, complementary healthcare insurers, and the… Read More
Many thanks to our US Partner Alliant Employee Benefits for providing this article. As a result of President Trump’s Executive Order 13813 entitled “Promoting Healthcare… Read More
French law does not yet recognise burnout as an occupational illness, yet employers would be wrong in thinking they have no liability when it comes… Read More
The United States’ Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires applicable large employers (ALEs) to make a sufficient offer of coverage to their full-time employees (and dependents)… Read More