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While it’s unlikely that employee benefits law will ever form the basis of an edge-of-your-seat Hollywood thriller—ERISA Extreme, anyone?—the past few weeks are about as close as we will ever get.
The rising cost of employee benefits is prompting more and more international companies to set up multinational pooling and employee benefit captive arrangements to ...
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) would see an almost 21% reduction in funding under the White House’s proposed 2018 discretionary spending budget, released March 16.
Most employers with traditional defined benefit (DB) plans are interested in transferring their pension plan risk off their books, according to a retirement plan industry think tank that measures pension buyout activity.
Recently proposed legislation affecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) alleviates much of the law’s burden on employers. And even though the bill will probably face several rounds of changes, the provisions undoing employers’ responsibilities are relatively uncontroversial and will likely be left alone, experts say.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) may be in a holding pattern for now, but employers are probably in for some wage and hour changes in the coming months, Tammy D. McCutchen told attendees at the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) employment law and legislative conference.
If your business employs workers who receive tips as part of their compensation, such as waitstaff, bartenders, or delivery drivers (e.g., pizza delivery drivers), a separate set of rules governs how you compensate them.
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