Compensation and Benefits
Rising prices, more coverage requirements and new standards based on company size are changing heath-care options for one entrepreneur. Here's how the same challenges could affect you.
Employers are required to notify workers of their insurance options under Obamacare by Oct. 1. Will you be ready?
Policy makers and entrepreneurs have different goals in mind when it comes to the Affordable Care Act. Here are some critical loopholes small-business owners are taking to circumvent policy changes.
Health insurance isn't a nice perk, it's a requirement for anyone choosing to go it alone as an entrepreneur.
Plan ahead for Obamacare to control costs and limit confusion.
Some entrepreneurs are turning to professional employer organizations to navigate health reform's complexities.
Next year, certain companies that don't offer health benefits will pay stiff fines, but switching to part-time hires doesn't always make sense.
The NFIB famously opposed the Affordable Care Act, but some groups say it could help entrepreneurs and their employees.
The Obama Administration has proposed a change in the deadline for states to have multiple health-insurance exchange options available for small-business owners.
After a contentious back and forth, the Gotham City is on the verge of passing legislation mandating paid time off for employees that are not healthy.
A survey released Thursday shows entrepreneurs are struggling to understand how they need to prepare for Obamacare and are afraid of what it will cost.
House Small Business Committee shares sometimes heated comments from entrepreneurs on the changes employers may be facing under the law.
The agency is seeking to dispel what it calls a common misconception: that all businesses will be required to provide health coverage to all employees.
Entrepreneurs can sound off about the Affordable Care Act or any number on regulations at these government sites.
We look at what the new health law requires, and how businesses can prepare for new rules, shop exchanges and avoid penalties.
The Affordable Care Act stands to have a big impact on small businesses in the next few years. Here's what it will mean to your employees and your bottom line.
Most Americans don't like the 'market solution' to the problem of escalating health-insurance costs. The best option for employers and employees alike is to push for government policies that lower the cost of care.
Five tips to consider about employee pay based on the missteps of the hockey labor dispute.
No matter who wins in November, our next president must work to get small-business health-care costs under control, writes Shelly Sun, co-founder of the BrightStar Care franchise.
Just because your startup already offers employee-health insurance, doesn't mean you should ignore the new health-care law. Here, we parse the law's particulars that matter to young treps.
As paying for health care remains one of small-business owners' biggest burdens, we look at how the candidates would trim costs and tackle reform.
Ballooning premiums and shifting government regulations can make dealing with employee health insurance a nightmare, here's how to cope.
Here are the basics every entrepreneur needs to know about creating an employee benefits package.
The small business organization that is leading the case against President Obama's health care reform act is asked to disclose its donor list.
Business owners often oppose the minimum wage because it reduces their profits. But their position might be more helpful to low-skilled workers than the altruistic views of elected officials.
More women are working outside the home than ever. If you're looking for ways to retain top talent, consider these ideas for supporting working moms.