Let’s make sure your employee benefits are in order.

Ensuring that your employee benefits comply with state and federal laws, not to mention union agreements and other contracts, is complex. Autumn can help you understand state and federal regulations and provide guidance on reporting.

Protect your business from costly compliance missteps.

As rules and regulations change constantly, an accidental compliance violation could cost a fine or settlement, as well as hurt your reputation.


in civil settlements

and monetary penalties imposed through August 2023 by the Office of Civil Rights for 137 HIPAA cases following complaints against different types of entities—including group health plans and small provider offices

source: Department of Health and Human Services, 2023


per full-time employee

is the 2024 penalty for failing to offer Minimum Essential Coverage to 95% of your full-time employees if one employee receives a subsidy from the Health Insurance Marketplace and $4,460 per full-time employee that receives a subsidy at the Health Insurance Marketplace if the employer fails to offer Minimum Value or Affordable coverage to the full-time employee

source: Rev. Proc. 2023-17, Mar 9, 2023

Autumn can help you with:

  • Staying on top of changing laws and regulations

  • Day-to-day administration

  • Documentation

  • Plan policies, processes, and governance

  • Compliance assessment

  • Resolution of compliance issues

Making benefits work better for your workplace.

If you require assistance administering your employee benefits program, enrolling new employees, and managing carrier relationships, Autumn recommends Benefits Administration to make it easier to look after the needs of your employees.

The need for benefits administration is growing.

As employee benefits and related regulations become more complex, many growing companies are seeing the need for benefits administration professionals and software.


of employers

identified managing employee benefit costs as a priority

source: Business Blocks, 2023



in the benefits administration industry in 2023

source: IBIS World, 2023

A benefits administrator can help you manage:

  • Benefits enrollment

  • Retirement accounts

  • Paid time off

  • Vacation pay

  • Parental leave

  • And more

Frequently Asked Questions

The Employer Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), The Affordable Care Act (ACA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Section 125 Cafeteria Plans, The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) and other state and federal laws and regulations are complex and under continuous change. Some businesses and organizations have robust human resources and legal teams who can manage compliance internally. Others don’t have the time or resources to keep up with all the details and reporting requirements. If you think you may be in the latter category, we suggest you talk to your local Autumn agent about compliance options available to you.


Meet Evan Rager

Benefits Account Executive

Find the best support for your team’s health and wellness, along with program compliance. We can answer your questions and provide expert advice about employee benefits. Let’s get started!

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Because designing the right benefits package will result in higher job satisfaction

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