And when that video goes viral on social media, it’s not only ironic but quite blogworthy.
So here we are…
The uncertain future of a Philadelphia law that would preclude employers from asking job applicants and employees about their salary history has local companies about as calm and at ease as the Teen Titans doing the pee-pee dance.
Earlier this year, Philadelphia passed a law banning employers from asking about a job applicant’s salary history. In that blog post, I foreshadowed a possible lawsuit from business groups to block the law, which would otherwise take effect on May 23.
I didn’t stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night. But, even if I had, heck, I could move in to a Holiday Inn Express for a month and still not have anything intelligent to offer when one of my clients brings up the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare).
Now, I’m guessing that some of you have ACA
dartboards migraines questions. (Something other than WTH?!?!?). I’m going to do one better than refer you to our Employee’s Benefits Practice Group.
My firm is hosting a free Affordable Care Act breakfast briefing on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 8:15 am at our office in Philadelphia, PA. Not only can you participate in a roundtable discussion about impending reporting requirements relating to the Affordable Care Act and related healthcare reform and compliance issues, but you get access to ACA compliance nerds from both my firm and Deloitte.