In This Issue:

- Unions Battle with Employers Over Covering ACA Costs

- More Types of Companies Requiring Workers to Sign Non-Competes

- Employers Cut Back on Benefits, Push Health Costs onto Workers

- High Court Says Some Immigrants' Kids Must Reapply at 21

- Big Companies Urge Congress to Act on Immigration Overhaul

- Many States Considering Laws to Protect Workers from Bullying

- Companies Stepping in to Offer Employees Payday Loans

- Excerpt from Unions Battle with Employers Over Covering ACA Costs:

Disputes between unions and employers over paying for new costs associated with the Affordable Care Act are roiling labor talks nationwide. Unions and employers are tussling over who will pick up the tab for new mandates, such as coverage for dependent children to age 26, as well as future costs, such as a tax on premium health plans starting in 2018.

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Topics:  Affordable Care Act, Benefit Plan Sponsors, Employee Benefits, Employer Liability Issues, Employer Mandates, Healthcare, Healthcare Costs, Hiring & Firing, Immigrants, Non-Compete Agreements, Unions, Visas

Published In: General Business Updates, Health Updates, Immigration Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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