Navigating Uncertainty and Crisis: The Art of Adaptive Leadership

Leading in turbulent times is not easy.

Navigating crisis and change, like a recession or restructuring of an organization or roles, requires that we feel human and allow ourselves to be vulnerable and adaptive. Organizations must learn and practice adaptive leadership to survive change and keep innovation on the horizon. By learning and developing adaptive leadership behaviors, businesses can harness the talent around them, survive change, and continue innovating for the future. Read more

2024 Employer Mandate Penalties Released

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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires applicable large employers (ALEs), meaning employers that averaged at least fifty full-time employees (including full-time equivalent employees) during the preceding calendar year, to offer at least 95% of their full-time employees and the children of those employees who are under age 26 medical coverage that qualifies as minimum essential coverage.
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Helping Women’s Mental Health Thrive

Now, more than ever, women know what they want in the workplace.  

They want a job that’s not just a job—they want a place to make a difference, flexibility on where, when, and how they work, and more opportunities for growth and leadership. If they’re not getting what they want, they’re not afraid to leave:  for every woman that gets promoted to a position of leadership in their company, two women leave the same company  Read more

Thought Leader: More Than Just a Buzzword

In the social media beehive, you’ve likely come across the term thought leader. You’ve probably seen posts about how people can become the most trusted advisors and experts in their fields. 

Many people want to be considered a thought leader, and with all the advice floating around, it may be hard to know what your first steps should be to carve out such a position within your niche. Read more

Federal Action Temporarily Halts Surprise Billing Arbitration Decisions

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The federal No Surprises Act protects health insurance consumers from being billed for anything other than typical in-network cost-sharing when they receive emergency care from an out-of-network facility or when they are treated without notice from an out-of-network provider while at an in-network medical facility. In these cases, healthcare providers must work out any billing differences directly with the consumer’s group health plan and/or health insurance issuer. Read more