Human Capital I.Q. is a bi-monthly newsletter published by the Human Capital practice of Deloitte Consulting LLP. It offers timely news and information on employee benefit and human resources (HR) issues.
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July/August 2009: Volume 109
- Just How Painful Are Pension Plan Deficits (And What Can Companies Do Now to Mitigate Their Risks in the Future)?
- Are You Ready for “Say-on-Pay”? Take the Test
- Update on Comprehensive Health Reform: Employer Play-or-Pay and Taxing Employer Health Benefits
April/May 2009: Volume 108
- Is a Federal Paid Leave Mandate Coming?
- Update on Comprehensive Health Reform: Setting the Stage
- Underwater Stock Options: To Exchange or Not to Exchange
- Transforming Total Rewards Strategy
March 2009: Volume 107
- New COBRA premium subsidy: government picks up the cost, but employers bear many of the burdens
- Health benefit costs back on top of total rewards challenges for 2009
- How the economic downturn is affecting executive compensation
- Employee Free Choice Act introduced
February 2009: Volume 106
- Deloitte Survey Examines Companies’ Employee Retention Strategies in Challenging Economy
- New Congress Moves Quickly on Employment, Benefits Issues
- Is Comprehensive Health Reform Still a Priority?
November/December 2008: Volume 105
- The Case for a Complete Picture of Benefits
- Falling Stock Prices Pose Challenges for Pension Plans; Temporary Funding Relief on the Way
- 2009 Inflation Adjusted Limits for Employee Benefit Plans
- Mental Health Parity Legislation Gets Technical Correction to Effective Date
October 2008: Volume 104
- Transparency and Openness by Workplace Leaders Enhances Productivity and Contributes to a More Ethical Workplace Culture, Deloitte Survey Finds
- New Life for Employer Health Benefit “Play-or-Pay” Mandates?
- Enhanced Mental Health Parity Rules Enacted
September 2008: Volume 103
- Staking a Claim in Public Sector Pensions
- Summary of Presidential Candidates’ Proposals Relating to Employer-Sponsored Health Plans: Part II