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  • What are the preventive women's services under health reform?

    The National Women's Law Center says the health care law known as Obamacare will be good for women, providing them access to crucial preventive services. The group outlines the benefits here. What kind of preventive women's services will be covered under...
  • Rouse retirees lose health benefits

    General Growth Properties Inc., the Chicago real estate giant that bought the Columbia developer Rouse Co. in November, is dropping company-paid health and life insurance for Rouse retirees - a move that follows a national trend but breaks with Rouse's...
  • Chart: Top employers

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Rank || Rank '12 || Company (Local subsidiary) || 2013 Full-time || 2013 Part-time || 2013 Total || 2012 Total || || 1 || 1 || Walt Disney Co. (Walt Disney World) || 43700 || 26200 || 69900 || 66700 || || 2 || 2 || Adventist...
  • Central Florida's Top Employers 2011: Aon Corp. (Hewitt Associates)

    Aon Corp. (ticker symbol AON) calls itself the leading global provider of risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage and human resources consulting and outsourcing. The Chicago-based company's presence in Central Florida expanded...
  • Cuts in paid sick days leave unhealthy employees stuck in the workplace

    Cuts in paid sick days leave unhealthy employees stuck in the workplace
    STAY home if you're sick. That's the best way to stop the spread of contagious diseases, such as influenza, tuberculosis and gastrointestinal viruses. Besides, you can't do your job capably or safely if you don't feel well. But many Americans simply tough...
  • Rethink your health insurance options to trim costs

    Rethink your health insurance options to trim costs
    In Southern California, it's sometimes hard to tell that the seasons have changed, but here's a tip that it's fall: Many employers are beginning to send out the information you'll need to re-up for 2010 health insurance if you get your coverage through...
  • Sign up for health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts for savings

    Employers are beginning to send out information to employees about signing up for 2010 health insurance. Last week, we offered some strategies for maximizing coverage and possibly reducing costs. This week, we have a few more ideas to share. Most...
  • Wellness Program Results Worth the Weight

    Wellness Program Results Worth the Weight
    Your loss can be your employer's gain. Companies increasingly are seeing the benefit of healthy living among their workers. So when Jo Anne Ragan decided to join an online version of Weight Watchers a couple years ago to lose about 115 pounds, her...
  • Default retirement solution not as solid as providing plan advice

    Employers rushing to automatically enroll workers in retirement plans and directing the money to one-stop life-cycle funds are leaving old-fashioned investment advice behind in a cloud of so much dust. That may be a mistake, say advice providers, who are...
  • High anxiety for 401(k) investors

    Like many Americans, Steve Kriegsfeld has been watching his life savings bounce up and down each time the stock market takes a dramatic turn. Lately, it's the drops that have grabbed his attention. In just one day last week, the Dow Jones industrial...
  • Health care risks grow as retirees face limits

    Portfolio gyrations not enough for you? Ready for more risk? Along with rising health-care costs, workers need to plan for higher risks associated with financing their care in retirement, say experts who are studying trends covering a range of employees....
  • White House vs FOX News: War in review

     
    by Mark Silva and updated After a week at "war'' with the FOX News Channel, the White House maintained today that it really isn't too concerned about what FOX says about the administration - and also gave new, high-level......