The purpose of the Employee Benefits in California series is to identify the benefits California organizations provide to their employees and determine if they leverage these benefits for recruitment and retention. In this research, California data are.
Imagine trying to run a business without knowing how much it cost you to provide health insurance ... $1 million in pay and benefits in 2012. While compensation for public employees keeps driving up taxes, it’s also pushing California tuition sky high.
High-profile grocery worker and transit worker strikes in California and other states have been largely centered on dissatisfaction with employee ... with the health insurance benefits their employers offer, according to an August 2003 Gallup Poll.
Looming in the background of the California pension crisis has been the state’s burgeoning problem of paying for public employee retiree health benefits. Generally offered alongside pension benefits, retiree health benefits have traditionally been more.
Running a small business offers its own unique headaches, one of those being providing quality health insurance for employees, which is what makes the following deal so great. Hub International Limited, a leading global insurance brokerage, risk advisory.
The cost of carrying health insurance just got a little less burdensome for Temecula employees. In an era where many cities are enacting furlough days for employees and the state is reforming pension benefits to cut costs, the Temecula City Council last.
In another sign of growing frustration with rising health costs, aerospace giant Boeing Co. has agreed to contract directly for employee benefits with a major health system in Southern California, bypassing the conventional insurance model. The move.
9]“State of California Retiree Health Benefits Program,” Gabriel Roeder Smith & Company, October 23, 2009, at http://www.sco.ca.gov/Press-Releases/2010/OPEB_February_2010.pdf (March 14, 2011). It makes no difference to the employee whether the.
In 2012, 48.6% of employers with 3 to 9 workers and 71.4% of employers with 10 to 49 workers offered coverage to their employees, compared to more than 90% among larger employers. University of Chicago NORC, California Employer Health Benefits: Fewer.
While Congress and the Trump administration continue to mull over health care reform and other issues impacting employers, states and municipalities are busy implementing their own initiatives regulating employee pay, hiring and benefits such as retirement.