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Friday, 13 March 2020 07:48

Fall River Joins Alera Group

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We are thrilled to announce that effective March 1st, Fall River Employee Benefits joined Alera Group, the nation’s 11th largest privately held employee benefits firm. This is a big step for us, and we are extremely excited to be part of a national company that shares our passion for innovation and collaboration! 

Friday, 06 March 2020 07:36

Common Myths About ERISA

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The rules and regulations around ERISA compliance can be challenging to navigate. Many mistakes are made because a provision is omitted or misunderstood, which can be costly because the fines for non-compliance are staggering, even for small employers. To dispel the fiction out there about ERISA, we’ve created this list of common myths that are keeping employers from fully complying.

Friday, 21 February 2020 10:56

The Missing Ingredient in Wellness Programs

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Are you wondering how to start an impactful wellness program? Or maybe you are frustrated that your existing wellness program doesn’t seem to be getting traction? Perhaps you are missing a key ingredient in the recipe for success. Come learn how to shift the wellness paradigm within your organization during our upcoming webinars “The Missing Ingredient in Wellness Programs.” 

A proposal for paid family and medical leave (FAMLI) has undergone substantial modifications, but its future on the Colorado legislative agenda this year is anything but certain. In 2019, the Colorado legislature created a task force to study paid FAMLI programs, which provided recommendations in January to legislators for a plan covering Colorado workers. 

Friday, 07 February 2020 11:10

The Ten Most Common COBRA Mistakes

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The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, or COBRA, allows employees to continue their group health insurance at their own cost after they’ve been terminated from employment. COBRA is an employer law and there are significant penalties for non-compliance (up to $100/day for single coverage and $200/day for family coverage). Because of the substantial risk of those fines, Fall River highly recommends paying a TPA to administer COBRA. For those companies that choose to administer COBRA on their own, there are ten common mistakes made. 

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