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Compensation & Benefits

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Injured at company softball: Does he get workers’ comp?

05/21/2018
Advice: Draw a clear line between the activity and your organization’s involvement.

Minneapolis gears up to enforce Safe and Sick Time Ordinance

05/16/2018
Since Minneapolis’s Safe and Sick Time Ordinance took effect last July, the city has been working with employers to help them comply with the law. For almost a year, the city has levied no fines. That will all end on July 1.

Fired for doing no work? No unemployment, either

05/16/2018
Employees who are fired for refusing to work can’t collect unemployment benefits. Failing to work is considered willful misconduct.

Absences due to FMLA can count against calculations for performance bonus

05/09/2018
Generally, time spent on FMLA leave can’t be counted against an employee when, for example, tallying absences under a no-fault attendance program. However, calculations to figure a production bonus don’t have to “forgive” work missed because of FMLA leave.

New way to collect paid family leave contributions in N.Y.

05/09/2018
The New York Workers Compensation Board has changed its interpretation of regulations governing collection of employee contributions to the state’s paid family leave fund.

Workers delay retirement, unsure how much to save

05/08/2018
Though the economy is improving, many U.S. workers are still pumping the brakes on their retirement plans.

Employees remain in the dark about benefits

05/08/2018
Only 52% of employees say they understand their health benefits, according to a new survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

America’s Top 10 group health carriers

05/08/2018
Kaiser Permanente, the California-based managed care giant, is by far the nation’s largest group health insurance carrier, according to a new analysis by Employee Benefit News and data analytics firm miEdge.

AARP seeks to revive fiduciary rule

05/01/2018
The Obama-era regulation would have required financial advisors to put their clients’ interests first when offering guidance on retirement plans.

Opioid addiction costs soar for employer-provided plans

05/01/2018
The annual cost of treating opioid addiction and overdose—stemming from both prescription and illicit use—has increased more than eight-fold since 2004, from $0.3 billion to $2.6 billion in 2016.
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