Employer’s Compliance with ACA Non-Discrimination Rules – Languages other than English

The non-discrimination rules, under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), took effect Oct. 16. These new rules require posting of specific notices that also relate to limited English proficiency. Some of the posted statements must be written in languages other than English. Employees, especially those not proficient in English, should recognize an employer’s obligation of making employee benefit information understandable. At a minimum, employers should ensure that employee benefit design decision are adequately documented. As with compliance on any non-discrimination rules, employers should seek advice of experienced employment attorneys to address the rules. The link provides a summary on this issue: https://www.shrm.org/ResourcesAndTools/hr-topics/benefits/Pages/ACA-final-nondiscrimination-rules.aspx?utm_source=SHRM%20Friday%20-%20PublishThis_HRDaily_7.18.16%20(21)&utm_medium=email&utm_content=October%2028,%202016&SPMID=00655820&SPJD=02/20/2001&SPED=08/31/2017&SPSEG=&spMailingID=26916563&spUserID=MjIyOTY3MzE3NzUyS0&spJobID=905063836&spReportId=OTA1MDYzODM2S0aca-puzzle

What are the Immigration Policies for each Presidential Candidate?

immigrationImmigration continues to be a key issue in Presidential elections since at least the Reagan years. This Presidential election has each top Candidate with different policies in this area. The attached link (while somewhat neutral) supplies a good summary on where Clinton and Trump stand on immigration during the election. The positions are laid out around 8:00 into the video.  We will have to see how things develop after the election.  https://www.yahoo.com/news/the-issues-where-do-trump-and-clinton-stand-on-immigration-205240624.html