Learn our latest thinking on how the pandemic will impact health plan costs.
Learn more about the extended deadline for RMD rollovers and act accordingly
Campuses will have to find ways to save this next semester.
How can employers help parents manage child care during remote work?
Learn more about the relief and how it affects your plan.
Learn more about the extension and how it affects your plan.
Learn how to protect your plan participants mental health during this pandemic.
Segal's Tami Simon talks to Bloomberg Law about how employers can support their people on child-care during COVID-19.
Learn more about the retirement plan guidance on distributions and loans.
Learn more about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act guidance
Why new normal will see an increased demand for employees who have mastered both technical and soft skills.
Watch our webinar exploring how big data can help you create employee benefits programs that match your workforce's real needs.
Our webinar discussed how the pandemic has affected mortality rates and pension plans.
A practical guide for your workforce priorities
On June 23, 2020, the Departments of Labor, Treasury, and Health and Human Services released new answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Hosted by the organizers of Segal’s Annual IT Summit, this webinar reveals the insights learned from the pandemic.
In this webinar, our professionals help answer the questions you may have surrounding health benefit compliance and COVID-19.
COVID-19 presents a tremendous challenge to pension plan sponsors — as well as an opportunity.
An article in SHRM includes Tami Simon in a roundup of HR professionals on how the pandemic will change how we work.
The IRS has provided additional relief for retirement plan sponsors filings and notices.
Virtual visits can minimize the spread of the coronavirus while facilitating access to healthcare services.
Segal's Scott Nostaja discusses what questions stakeholders in institutions of higher education must ask themselves to move forward.
New guidance clarifies the impact of the guidance on non-federal government health plans.
Employers with cafeteria plans now have significant flexibility to address challenges that have arisen because of the COVID-19 public health emergency
Segal's Allison Vaillancourt weighs in on the virus' impact on institutions of higher education.
The IRS has issued guidance in the form of FAQs that clarifies the distribution and loan relief provisions made available to retirement plans
Preventing burnout among your people has always been important, but with the world in the grips of a pandemic, the challenge has never been greater.
Watch our webinar to learn how your institution of higher education can not only survive the current moment, but thrive in the post-pandemic world.
Read about how our new model can help you predict the pandemic's effect on costs.
The Departments of Labor (DOL) and Treasury, in coordination with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Fiduciaries and administrators of private sector retirement plans will be relieved to learn that the Department of Labor has issued guidance in respon
Young people can't avoid how the coronavirus has already changed everything.
We consider some aspects of each type of insurance your may need to review in light of COVID-19.
During this COVID-19 public health emergency and the accompanying financial turmoil
One of the coronavirus' side effects is a growing acceptance of virtual care.
Here are the answers to the FAQs about the new federal requirements for coverage of diagnostic testing services for COVID-19
We consider how increased remote work due to COVID-19 may be affecting cyber liability insurance, now and in the future.
In response to hardships related to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency, states have begun to issue notices about new insurance
We explore the possible impact of the COVID-19 stimulus package for employee benefit and leave programs
We take a look at what multiemployer pension plans should do to weather this crisis
Segal's Tami Simon outlines what leaders can do to steer their organizations towards success in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
We highlight the CARES Act provisions that affect group health plans.
We look at two new types of leave for governmental employers and private employers with fewer than 500 employees.
The CARES Act is generally immediately effective. That means there are action items plan sponsors need to consider now.
Life during a pandemic places a tremendous strain on many people's mental health. Here's what you can do to help.
Forecast the impact of COVID-19 on your group health plan.
Watch our webinar to hear our professionals give advice on how to manage your day-to-day operations during the coronavirus outbreak.
A new act signed into law lays down guidelines for group health plan coverage, paid family and medical leave, and more.
Our consultants have compiled a checklist of what actions you can take to bring order to these uncertain times.
The Investment Brief looks at what we know and what questions investors should be asking.
We cover some frequently asked questions about the coronavirus and group health plans.
We cover some frequently asked questions about the coronavirus and its impact on the workforce.
Can ERISA-governed multiemployer welfare funds reimburse trustees for unused travel expenses outside of a refund policy but due to COVID-19?
Read on to discover what you need to tell your participants about the ongoing pandemic.
State insurance commissioners have issued directives to implement modifications to existing insurance regulations in light of COVID-19.
The Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2020 provides $8.3 billion in emergency funding for federal agencies.
Segal Benz's communication professionals share tips on how employers should be talking to employees about the coronavirus pandemic.
She spoke to Employee Benefit News about how the coronavirus is bringing a focus on remote conferencing and telemedicine options.
Tim Barron talks about the impact of the virus in Asia.
Employers should take these actions to protect their workplaces and homes.
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