Archive for December, 2019

COBRA: Providing Benefits and Beyond

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As an employer, you understand that healthcare coverage for employees and their families is essential to their wellbeing and the success of your organization. Because this coverage is essential, in 1986 the U.S. implemented the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA). COBRA requires that private-sector employers, local, and state government agencies with group healthcare coverage, extend those benefits to cover employees and families who have faced termination, reduction of hours, divorce or the death of the employee. COBRA benefits allow the employee to maintain their healthcare coverage (medical, vision, and dental) for a period of time; this does not include…

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“OK Boomer”: Stopping Ageism Before it Starts

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“OK Boomer” memes and GIFs seem to be overtaking the internet. From Reddit to Facebook, the “Ok Boomer” craze has gained momentum as a way to dismiss commentary and fuel arguments among Millennials, Generation Z and the Baby Boomer generations. Initially contained to social media and online use, the phrase seemed harmless.  It gave individuals the ability to voice frustration and shut down arguments behind the anonymity of the internet.  But, as the phrase has grown in popularity, its use has extended into other social spheres, including the workplace. Today’s workforce is the most generationally diverse in American history. Employees…

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