February 16, 2018 | Compliance, Corporate Wellness & Benefits, Video

What Does 30% for Wellness Incentives Actually Look Like?

In 2017, the AARP sued the EEOC, arguing that allowing up to 30% of the cost of employee-only coverage to be used for incentives was too high, and could be a significant cost to employees (particularly those with rich employee benefits). 

In this video, Jim Pshock, Founder and CEO of Bravo, outlines what 30% of incentives means for two companies with different benefits plans, and raises a point that some seem to be missing in the conversation regarding the Affordable Care Act's affordability statement.


Topics: Compliance, Corporate Wellness & Benefits, Video

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