A new study finds that while health care costs for active employees have more than doubled since 2001, retirement benefit costs have actually decreased as a percent of wages during that time.
A new report finds employer matches to 401(k)s are increasing as the economy improves.
Last month Arizona became the seventh state mandating employees have access to paid sick leave.
Target Date Funds are 401(k) investment options that make automatic investment allocations. More than half of all workers have money in TDFs or similar funds.
Senate Democrats and three Republicans say no to disastrous health care bill.
Republicans are voting on a bill this week to end health care coverage for 22 million American, 15 million of whom will lose coverage from a 26% cut to Medicaid. A recent story illustrates why Medicaid is an important program for all working families.
CWA participated in a Save Medicaid press event in Toledo.
The Senate Republicans released their new health care bill today.
Employers across the US are increasing health care costs for their employees, unde
A recent study of national health spending found that Americans with five or more chronic conditions make up 12 percent of the population but account for 41 percent of total health care spending. Americans with at least one chronic condition account for 90% of all costs.
With Senators home for recess, CWAers have been working hard to oppose the Senate Republicans' health care bill.
The Midwest Business Group on Health has a new survey showing employers are exploring new approaches to their health care plans.
Republicans are trying to ram their health care bill through the Senate before the voters who sent them to Washington realize just how bad this plan is.
CWA reacts to the unveiled Senate Republican health care bill.
CWA General Counsel Jody Calemine testified before a House Subcommittee last week on three bills that would deny workers the right to bargain.
The health care repeal bill currently being considered in the Senate will hit millions of Americans with employer health benefits.
The Republicans health care repeal bill currently being considered in the Senate will take coverage away from 23 million people by 2026. A new analysis finds that it will also cost nearly 1 million American jobs.
Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are middle-men who perform administrative functions for our benefit plans. They use market power and non-transparent business practices to make money at the expense of pharmacies, employers, and plan enrollees.
Every year the IRS updates the deductible and out-of-pocket maximum requirements for a plan to qualify as a high-deductible health plan (HDHP).
For union members with employer coverage, the Republican health care repeal opens up new loopholes to reduce coverage while preserving a devastating tax on our benefits.
Last month Republicans in the House of Representatives rushed their health care repeal bill to passage without an analysis of the its costs or impact on coverage. We now know that 23 million Americans would lose coverage over the next 10 years under this bill.
CWA President Chris Shelton issued this statement on the Trump administration's budget released this week.
Last week, House Republicans passed an Affordable Care Act (ACA) health care repeal bill.
A statement by CWA President Chris Shelton on today's House vote on health care legislation.