Insurance News

  • Additional IRS Q&As on American Rescue Plan’s COBRA Subsidy July 27, 2021
    On July 26, 2021, the IRS issued Notice 2021-46, providing additional guidance on the application of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) subsidy for continuation health coverage under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) in the form of 11 questions and answers.
  • Domestic Violence Leave for Missouri Workers Enacted July 23, 2021
    A new statute requires Missouri employers with at least 20 employees to provide unpaid leave when workers or their family members are domestic violence victims. The mandate takes effect August 28, 2021.
  • Hawaii Prohibits Requiring Employees to Download COVID-19 Tracing Apps July 22, 2021
    The Prohibition Applies To Current And Prospective Employees When The Download Is Intended As A Condition Of Employment On July 7, 2021, Hawaii adopted a law that prohibits employers from requiring their employees and applicants to download
  • Colorado Repeals Subminimum Wages for Workers with Disabilities July 21, 2021
    Lower Wages Were Repealed To Encourage Competitive Integrated Employment On June 29, 2021, Colorado repealed a law that permitted employers to pay subminimum wage rates to employees with a disability. This amendment states that the legislature is repealing these provisions
  • California Will Allow Electronic Distribution of Workplace Notices July 21, 2021
    Employers Must Also Continue to Physically Display These Electronic Notices On July 16, 2021, California amended its Labor Code to allow employers to distribute certain workplace notices and posters electronically in addition to displaying the postings required by law. The
  • California Supreme Court Rules Noncompliant Rest Periods Must Be Paid at Regular Rate of Pay July 21, 2021
    The Court's Holding Applies Retroactively  On July 15, 2021, the California Supreme Court ruled in Ferra v. Loews Hollywood Hotel, LLC that employers must use the regular rate of pay rather than the hourly wage rate when paying employees for
  • DOL Proposes Rule to Increase Wages for Federal Contractors July 21, 2021
    This DOL proposed Rule Was Issued To Implement The April 27, 2021 Executive Order On July 21, 2021, The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced a proposed rule that would increase the minimum wage rate for federal contractor employees to
  • Hawaii Repeals Subminimum Wage Rate for Disabled Workers July 20, 2021
    The Amendment Was Necessary Because the Law No Longer Met Its Objective On June 16, 2021, Hawaii repealed the ability of employers in the state to pay lower wage rates to employees with disabilities. As a result, employers in Hawaii
  • Rhode Island Increases Temporary Caregiver Benefits July 20, 2021
    Rhode Island has expanded its temporary caregiver insurance (TCI) benefits to cover five weeks annually starting Jan. 1, 2022, and six weeks annually beginning Jan. 1, 2023.
  • Recalling Service Workers Laid Off Due to COVID-19 in Connecticut July 20, 2021
    Employers in Certain Industries Must Rehire Laid Off Workers Instead of Hiring New Ones When Job Opportunities Arise On July 13, 2021, Connecticut adopted a law that requires employers in the hotel, food service and building service industries to recall

How Glandon Can Help

Glandon Insurance works on behalf of businesses to place the best health insurance plans available for the lowest possible cost. We work closely with health insurance company underwriting to determine if rates presented are as low as can be offered. We give the employer ongoing service via benefit review meetings with employees, claims and billing assistance and customer service that just makes you feel good. Whether you are interested in a traditional PPO or HMO plan or want something different in the form of an HRA or HSA please call us. You’ll find a real person answers the phone and whatever your concern or need is you’ll be listened to and helped out.

Types of Coverage We Provide

A quality insurance agency is known for the companies with which it is associated. For over seventeen years, Glandon Insurance has provided coverage to Virginia businesses through some of the top providers of health, dental, life and disability insurance. The company we keep is dedicated to providing you the best coverage at the best rates and Glandon Insurance is devoted to saving your business thousands of dollars each year with these comprehensive plans.

Glandon Insurance serves Virginia and North Carolina by offering group, individual and family plans from the following companies:

Aetna – Aetna is a national leader of health, dental, life and diability products.

Anthem – Part of the Blue Cross Blue Shield family, Anthem is one of the first names in medical and dental coverage.

American General – Providing life, annuity and supplemental health products to individuals and groups.

BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina – Affordable insurance for businesses and families in North Carolina.

Companion Life – Companion Life specializes in insurance and voluntary products for businesses of 2 or more.

CIGNA – A US employee benefits company.

Delta Dental – Delta Dental strives to promote oral health and make dental coverage affordable for everyone.

Dominion Dental – Dominon offers innovative, competitive and affordable dental and vision plans.

Humana – Humana specializes in sound coverage for businesses as well as families and individuals.

Optima Health – Rated one of the top 50 US health plans by US News and World Report, Optima Health offers affordable medical coverage for Virginia and North Carolina.

United Healthcare – United Healthcare offers a wide selection of flexible individual and group insurance plans for medical, dental, vision and disability.

Unum – Unum specializes in employee benefit plans designed to offer maximum coverage in the event disability, illness or accidents.

 

Please contact Glandon Insurance today at 877-777-9554 or via our e-mail form if you have any questions about our insurance companies.

 

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