January is resolution month, a new start for a new year… Eat healthy, lose weight, feel better. Exercise is a great way to combat stress, lose weight and boost energy.
On Nov. 2, 2017, the IRS updated its Q&As on the ACA’s employer shared responsibility rules to include information on enforcement. These Q&As indicate that, for the 2015 calendar year,
Tips for Sticking to Your Diet During the Holidays
With so many social gatherings during this time, it can be difficult to avoid treating yourself when you’re offered good food and
The Great American Smokeout is November 16th
When trying to quit, support can make all the difference. Remind your employees that this year’s Smokeout is around the corner and that you
Health FSA Limit Will Increase For 2018
The ACA imposes a maximum dollar limit on employees’ salary reduction contributions to a health FSA. Although the ACA set this limit at $2,500,
On Oct. 12, 2017, the White House announced that the federal government will no longer reimburse insurers for the ACA’s cost-sharing reductions made available to low-income individuals through the Exchanges.
Your Future Is Key, So Stay Drug Free.™
While creating this month’s Healthy Living Calendar we learned that Iris Yu, a student at Solon Middle School, created the winning theme for
National Preparedness Month
Since 2004, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the national Ready Campaign have promoted National Preparedness Month (NPM) every September. NPM encourages Americans to take steps to
In 2011, Governor John R. Kasich announced the establishment of the Governor’s Cabinet Opiate Action Team to fight opiate abuse in Ohio. Ohio is combating drug abuse through many initiatives