The fiduciary advice rule enforced by the Department of Labor (DOL) has recently been a controversial aspect of the HR legislative world. The rule originally dictated how retirement plan sponsors and financial firms were required to advise plan participants. The fiduciary rule required advisors to provide guidance that is in the client's best interest, disclosing all fee options or conflicts of interest. So, what's changed? Learn more.
The Supreme Court recently gave a surprising ruling that allows states to legalize and regulate sports betting. This is a big deal for a variety of reasons, but some effects have yet to be considered. For instance, what does this mean for those informal office betting pools? Learn more.
The Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 25. This will affect employers that do business in the European Union or employ workers there. Businesses will need to be prepared to provide employees' data on demand while remaining transparent and accountable. Learn more.