October 2018
Stay Current Newsletter
art1Tips for a Smooth Open Enrollment

Approximately 85% of employee benefit plans now renew in December or January. The BDR team is working in advance to ensure we are able to complete all processing in a timely fashion. The following reminders will help you and your employees know what to anticipate during this busy open enrollment season.  

We have attached a PDF that can be distributed to your employees. 
Question of the Month

Q: My employee was terminated from employment last month. Why is he/she still on my bills for next month?

A: Bills are usually generated 30-45 days in advance. Oftentimes the cancellation request is submitted after the bill has been generated for the following month. Depending on the date the request is submitted, the terminated employee could still show on the next month's bill. You should pay the invoices as generated, as a credit will show on the following bill.

Art3HR Done Right Blog: The "#MeToo Effect" on California Legislation

The #MeToo movement was born soon after the explosive New York Times feature exposing extensive allegations of sexual harassment against Harry Weinstein. Since then, we have seen many other public figures brought into the spotlight including actors, politicians, TV personalities and comedians.

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Art4Thank You for Attending the Fall Employer Seminar

HR Done Right and Benefits Done Right had the honor and pleasure of hosting the Fall Employer Seminar on Wednesday, October 3 at Pia tti. Thank you to all who were able to join us. If you have any ideas or topics that you would like us to discuss in our future events we would love to hear from you. Plans for our next event are already underway. Stay tuned for more information!

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