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Welcome to Parent/Child Incorporated - Human Resource Department!

The Human Resources Department supports Parent/Child Incorporated’s strategic goals, and mission, vision and values by implementing policies to attract and retain qualified, talented and diverse employees to deliver exceptional services to the community we serve.

Compensation: Working closely with the Budget division, administers compensation and pay plan; conducts job classification reviews, consulting on reclassifications; updates position control and job descriptions; surveys and analyzes market trends; and, research policies and practices competitiveness.

Employee Relations: Develops personnel policies that support a work environment to encourage respectful, dynamic, and high-functioning dynamics within teams; assists with the resolution of differences; and advises departments with guidance to maximize synergy, cooperation and trust.

Talent Services: Supports departments’ recruitment initiatives; assures proper testing procedure is followed; coordinates the performance review system; oversees citywide compliance with employment laws; coordinates successful onboarding of new employees; provides informative employee communication and positive recognition to encourage high engagement and reward achievement; offers training and development programs that advance skill acquisition and best practices; and facilitates succession planning to assure uninterrupted service delivery and growth opportunity.

Workforce Services: Oversees the integration, performance, and maintenance of Benefits and Wellness programs, Payroll Administration, and Risk Management.

Benefits and Wellness: Develops group benefit plans and wellness programs; coordinates annual open enrollment period and processes mid-year plan changes; reviews and develops funding strategies for various benefit packages; and administers retirement plans.

Payroll: Administers payroll systems, leave time, deductions and employee self-service tools; assists with audits; and ensures that pay systems and leave balances comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and other applicable wage laws.

Risk Management: Coordinates Workers’ Compensation program and safety training; and coordinates the provision of insurance coverage, regulatory compliance and reporting requirements.

The Affordable Care Act’s Transparency in Coverage 

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) and the Affordable Care Act’s Transparency in Coverage (TiC) rules were recently passed with an aim to increase transparency about healthcare costs. One of these provisions (effective July 1st) now impacts companies offering employer-sponsored group health plans. Per this provision, insurance companies are required to provide links to “Machine Readable Files” (MRFs) that contain information about their fees and reimbursements for medical services as detailed below. As part of this requirement, employers are also responsible for posting a link to this information on their publicly available website before the end of your renewal month.

 What this Means for Employers – Action Items

All you need to do is post the below link from BCBS on your public website before the end of your renewal month (October). It does not have to be conspicuous as long as it’s there, most companies are placing it in the footnotes (see example from our own OneDigital website).

 BCBS Transparency Link: