Employers Feeling Pain of Obamacare Compliance
Half of the employers surveyed by Mercer say the additional administrative burden of proving compliance has been "very significant."
More Companies Opting for Private Health Exchanges
Mercer, perhaps a bellwether for growth in the private exchange space, will have 31% more active-employee exchange clients in 2016.
Rise in Health Plan Costs to Continue in 2016
The rate of cost growth for health-care benefits is slowing but is still well above increases in the Consumer Price Index.
CFO Compensation Rises 6.7% At Large Firms
Survey finds increases in all CFO pay elements last year, with strong corporate results fueling the rise in performance-driven bonus payouts.
More Firms Have Positive View of Obamacare Ruling
29% said the decision would be good for them, compared with 17% who said it wouldn't.
GOP Offering Fixes if ACA Subsidies Are Struck Down
With Obamacare hanging in the balance, Republicans seek temporary protection for people who would lose their subsidies.
Health Plan Enrollment Fears Prove Moot
New Affordable Care Act requirements to offer health benefits to more employees didn't budge the enrollment needle at all.
Costs Slow as Health Care Consumerism Grows
Annual hikes remain historically low for a second consecutive year, partly in response to corporate benefits strategies.
Who’s the Top-Dog Private-Exchange Vendor?
Consultancy Mercer is the new private-exchange market leader. Or is it?
Wal-Mart Part-Timers to Lose Health-Care Benefits
Employees of the retailer that work less 30 hours a week will no longer be covered under the company's health-care plans.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Oct. 3
Turner Broadcasting, Revlon, American Apparel, EMC, Mercer, NBTY, Autodesk, FinancialForce.com, A.M. Castle, CEC Entertainment